Apologies up front for not filling out the form, but I think a straightforward explanation will be best. Say I plan to have many subdomains under foobar.com. I’ve already successfully generated a wildcard cert for this domain name using acme.sh. It worked great and all is good.
Now, in the future, I’ll be spinning up various VMs in an automated fashion where these VMs will each have an Nginx web server running and reachable by some unique subdomain like one.foobar.com or two.foobar.com, etc.
I’m not sure what the best way to install the wildcard cert on these spun up VMs in an automated fashion is. I’m concerned about hitting Let’s Encrypts renew/issue limit if I just use acme.sh --issue each time. I’m thinking maybe I have the existing wildcard cert files automatically copied to the new VM and then use the acme.sh --install-cert or --deploy option to get the cert installed and working on the VM. However, I’m finding very little info on either of these options.
Anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance.