I just updated to 1.3 over the weekend. I noticed that sites no longer show in the website list whether they have a certificate or now, but my question is about certicate generation. I saw that if I have multiple pointers on a site all of those pointers will be included in the certificate, unless I have a non-working pointer at which point the certificate is not generated even though the panel says so. .. and this is my other observation: the panel usually says that the certificate got generated, but it will never display it. I have to log out and log back in, at which points it finds a certificate not controlled by solidcp and asks for it to be imported – and that makes me suspect its ability to auto renew these certificates. So I tried to renew an already existing certificate. I did not see anything happening, but thay may have been cause by the cert still having 30+ days until expiration.
We indeed have reverted the website list in v1.2.1.
This bit of code was pushed by one of our ex-contributors while the codes was not his (and did not include the proper copyrights as required by the original source aswel as our Contriutors License Agreement).
The issue with importing certificate after creating the cert is known, this should be fixed with next release.
It should then also no longer require you to go out of the page and back in to view the certificate.
The renewal is handled by the LetsEncrypt win Simple client, it creates a Window Task to check and renew any certificate which needs it every day.
So you do not need to import it to SolidCP to have this working it will work with or without solidcp actually 🙂
Thanks. Could you also build in an exception handling to the SSL generation so that when a particular domain name fails, that sould not kill the certification generation, but skip to the next name.
The verification can fail not only due to expired domains, but also to rewrites, so removing all these pointers is not trivial and I have to look for the failures in the event log.
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