Sorry I had to remove most of the prefilled template for help requests, but most of the questions didn’t apply because I’m not asking about a certbot command that failed. I have working certs from running certbot on a previous machine, but I’ve migrated servers and unfortunately I didn’t realize the files in /usr/local/etc/letsencrypt/renewal were important before taking down the old server. So the problem now is just that I can’t renew the certificates since certbot doesn’t know about them (certbot certificates says “no certs found” and likewise certbot renew says “no renewals were attempted”) even if I put them into /usr/local/etc/letsencrypt/archive/yujiri.xyz/ and create the symlink in /usr/local/etc/letsencrypt/live/.
I think what I could do to fix it is to write the renewal/yujiri.xyz.conf file myself, and I have an example from another server, but I don’t know what my account ID is. I never explicitly made one. From what I’ve read certbot made one for me the first time I got a cert, but that was on the old server, which I don’t have access to anymore.
If it matters, the cert is a wildcard for yujiri.yxz and *.yujiri.xyz.
The current server runs FreeBSD 12.0 and is hosted by Digital Ocean. I do have root access.
Certbot version is 0.35.1, Python 3.