Receiving renewal alerts, although it was automated from shell


Although I propperly did configure Let’s Encript certificate automatic renewal from shell commands about 3 months ago (following app installation tutorial), I am now receiving such emails alerts telling me that my certificate will expires in 20 days…

What command lines to input so that I can verify that the renewal is automated ?
What should the output be like if the certificate renewal is effectively automated ?

At any useful end, could someone please return me links to such updated tutorials (in french if possible) ?

• Let’s encrypt certificate shell install, including certbot renewal configuration
• Let’s encrypt certificate update


Hi @Keoz

please answer the following questions. That’s the standard template of #help

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