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Recently IPs have been changed, and renew of existing certificates failed with this error “ssl verify memory setup failure”.
So deleted the account key, domain key, and the certificate, and tried to create (not renew) a new certificate, but still get the same error.
What is the proper way to create a new certificate when the IP has been changed?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thank you for your reply, JuergenAuer.
command: acme-client -vv
hoster: own hosting
result: …ssl verify memory setup failure…
The below 8 lines are all I get when I enter the command.
…cert … days left
…DNS: ip …
ip:tls_connect_socket: acme-v01.api.letsencrypt.org, ssl verify memory setup failure
The process ends very shortly…
http-01 challenge type. Changed/rewrote dns records (also some network, firewall, etc. configurations are changed).
A, NS, SOA records seem to be working. (command dig, host gets answers.)
What can cause the ssl verify memory setup failure, if not invalid dns records?
Could you also let me know what the dns entries required are, when it is http-01 challenge type?
Sorry indeed, I can’t tell domain.
I would appreciate your time and any help. Thank you indeed.