Updating domain list


#1

Is there any way to flush the list of domains that letsencrypt-auto outputs?

I assumed the client scanned the sites-available/sites-enabled folder of the apache2 dir to determine which domains a user might want to issue certs for. But it’s still showing domain names, that once were on my server, but have since been removed from any vhost file.


#2

Are you sure you have removed all references from the sites-available/sites-enabled folders ?

The onlyother thing I can think is if they are sites you had previously issued certs for, then they will be in the /etc/letsencrypt series of folders.


#3

Yup. I am 100% sure they don’t figure in sites-available or sites-enabled, and I’ve never had certs issued for them.


#4

If you’ve never issued tickets for those domains ( so nothing in the /etc/letsencrypt files) and there is nothing in the apache config … I’m not sure how LE is got it’s crystal ball to know about these domains. Hopefully someone else will have a few ideas.


#5

Hello, someone knows how you can see the list of domains with letsencrypt?
Not like seeing the domains that have added.
Thank you.


#6

You could search for your domains at https://crt.sh/ and it will list any that you have had certs for.


#7

Hello, the page is very useful thanks for the information.
And you’d know me if server level you can see all the certificates that I have?
View domains associated with letsencrypt?
Thank you very much.


#8

On the server they are all stored in /etc/letsencrypt/live by default ( so you can just look at what domains are there )


#9

I’ll try thank you very much for your help Serverco.


#10

Hey, it works correctly.
Thank you very much master.


#11

Just today @sahsanu published a very useful third-party tool to help query crt.sh.

However, it doesn’t look at your local system. We are going to develop a program to help do this, but it isn’t ready yet. You can try looking at each /etc/letsencrypt/live/example.com directory and running openssl x509 -in cert.pem -text -noout on the cert.pem in each such directory, but obviously this is quite tedious and doesn’t give the information in a convenient summary form.


#12

Thanks for the info.
Greetings.


#13

I am having this issue right now as well. I installed letsencrypt and ran the initial setup. I then proceeded to make a change in the config of one of my sites. I ran the letsencrypt script and the site I just edited was not listed in the domain list. I canceled the script and edited another site and re-ran the script. The site I just edited no longer showed in the list. As Tize has stated, I wonder how it’s scanning for domains since it’s not seeing the new changes that I have made.


#14

Hello, to see the domains you have to execute the following:

`/etc/letsencrypt

/etc/letsencrypt/live`

If it does not work, to help advise otherwise.
I plesk use and found an extension that is installed and is more comfortable from there.
You can add domains better.