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I tried to renew the SSL certificate via terminal, so I can build a monthly cron to renew it automatically. I could delete it, then I tried to recreate it. In the web GUI SSL certificate and HSTS was ticked, but https redirection unticked:
v-delete-web-domain-ssl USER DOMAIN.TLD
v-add-letsencrypt-domain USER DOMAIN.TLD
- are these the correct commands?
- how to re-enable https-redirection via terminal? Is this possible?
Only when I deleted the certificate via the GUI and re-enabled it there, it worked again.
The problem is, if it’s not automated, e.g. via cron, it will happen again in the future.
Yes, it is, the command is:
v-add-web-domain-ssl-force USER DOMAIN.TLD updatessl
Hi sahsanu, thanks for your answer! With this command all three ticks are there and ssl is green, but still, the certificate doesn‘t work. Only if I re-issue it via the gui.
I forgot to mention that the website has a custom directory (subfolder). It‘s called web:
I suppose the commands need to be adapted, but I don‘t see the option in the CLI reference. Do you know how it‘s done with a subfolder?
Could you please share a couple of your real domains? If you don’t want to share them in public, send me a private message.
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