I’m managing 12 domains and 6 sub-domains
Over the course of acquiring them and keeping up with the evolution of LetsEncrypt, many of them expire at different times.
I’d like to consolidate the process so that they all expire and can be renewed at the same time.
They’re all being managed under one shared hosting environment, using acme.sh
I was expecting acme.sh --renew-all to do the trick but as best as I can tell it did not.
Perhaps acme.sh --renew-all --force? Haven’t tried it yet
Before taking that step (to avoid using too many --force commands on a given day while testing),
my attempts so far revealed some additional issues, so…
One of the sub-domains – an older one that’s been removed and should no longer be listed under acme.sh --renew-all nonetheless shows up with a message:
‘cxotalk.trillionpictures.com:Verify error:DNS problem: NXDOMAIN looking up A for cxotalk.trillionpictures.com - check that a DNS record exists for this domain
[Thu Mar 26 11:59:10 PDT 2020] Please check log file for more details: ~/.acme.sh/acme.sh.log’
That sub-domain was “removed” using acme.sh --remove -d cxotalk.trillionpictures.com, and there is no folder for it it in the .acme.sh/ directory.
What else needs to happen to get rid of that domain?
Domains: trillionpictures.com, totallypostal.net, born2.run, feathercollectionproject.com, fixitamerica.org, gregoryparkinson.com, keeperofthedream.net, opq-design.com, radical-4.com, radical4.media, radical4media.com, samself.com, savingbarbarasizemore.com
Sub-Domains: db.trillionpictures.com, longplay.trillionpictures.com, munich72.trillionpictures.com, runwithme.trillionpictures.com, sevendeadlysins.trillionpictures.com
Hosting Provider: InMotionHosting.com
I can login to a root shell: No (shared hosting)
Control Panel: cPanel v86.0.16 (with no accommodation for LetsEncrypt. Using acme.sh instead)
Operating system: CentOS6 2.6.32-754.el6.x86_64