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SSL Certificate of this URL Expired

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Gentlemen,

Today i received a notification of my browser: SEC_ERROR_EXPIRED_CERTIFICATE, with today's date.
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Re: SSL Certificate of this URL Expired

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SSL certificate was manually renewed, this is now fixed.
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Hi. Certificate has expired again.
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Yep same here expired.
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All fixed.
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@Xbytez ...happened today again. Very annoying.
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I was updating Apache the web server software.

Next time I undertake maintenance I will give advance notification of downtime and just disable the forum until I am finished.
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Xbytez wrote: Sat Mar 12, 2022 2:30 pm I was updating Apache the web server software.

Next time I undertake maintenance I will give advance notification of downtime and just disable the forum until I am finished.
Yes, I'd welcome this. This way, or for refreshing certificates just check and autoupdate them i.e. "<30 days left" and reload apache afterwards. I'm doing the latter on dozen of customers web servers at sunday morning and just collect and review the LetsEncrypt-Autoupdater log files then.
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