Mailing List Archived Message #96

From: "Massimo S." <> Full Headers
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Subject: Apache and SSL issues (is it possible to ignore possible ssl cert issues?)
Date: Wed, 3 Jun 2020 10:05:11 +0200
To:, eCS ISP Mailing List <>

Hi all,

apache build:

Server Version: Apache/2.2.34 (OS/2) PHP/5.4.45 mod_ssl/2.2.34 OpenSSL/1.0.2k
Server Built: Feb 3 2019 17:11:06

i use let's encrypt that is free, but their certificates expires each 90 days

sometimes when the script update the certificates it may happens that one fails (for several reasons)

and apache do not restart anymore complaining it lack a .cert or a key do not match etc...

of course i personally find absurd that just for one only certificate with
issues apache do not restart anymore

is there any way to avoid this happening?

i mean, apache ignoring possibile certificates issues and start again
if 1 or 2 websites has cert issues why all the rest should be kept down?



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