We are using a reverse proxy for an upstream server on a separate VMs.
Both have the same DNS name.
I’d like to know how to mount the letsencrypt “live” folder on the upstream server so i can share the pem files.
The problem is that the “live” folder is a symlink to the “archive” older and in the “archive” folder the pem files are named .pem2, .pem3, etc.
Until i find a solution i will continue to manually move and rename the .pem files.
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