(FIX at the end)
Hi evreyone! Another rate limit in VESTACP here.
But I can’t find the problem, sorry. I have been actively searching for it aroung 1 week ago, and now I am desperate.
My domain is: mywebsite.com (change it to fit your needs).
I ran this command: Add a new domain to VESTACP as usual, and never gets a SSL certificate.
It produced this output:
Error: Let’s Encrypt new auth status 429
My web server is (include version):
Ubuntu 18.04 (64 Bit)
I use CloudFlare as DNS.
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know):
I have already seen these websites, but I can’t still find why I got to the rate limit:
Any help is really appreciated!!
It was a rate limit of max 3 errors in 1 hour with Let’s Encrypt.
To fix the issue, I edited
Found this line:
And changed to:
(I changed $domain to $rdomain)
Also, in CloudFlare, I disabled:
And in the SSL tab, I changed from “FULL” to "Flexible"
Everything OK now
Some people said that typing:
sudo apt-get install --reinstall vesta
Also helped with the same issue. When you reinstall VestaCP no data is lost. I didn’t reinstall it, but could help if my solution doesn’t work for you.