- Ensure that Apache site configurations are removed from
- Move unwanted site configurations from
/etc/apache2/sites-available to a backup location if needed
- Remove all certificate files from
- Restart Apache
service apache2 restart
- Run letsencrypt
Monday, 5 March 2018
Let's Encrypt site deletion (Apache on Ubuntu)
Let's Encrypt is brilliant, but why site deletion makes things so complicated is beyond me. I had a bunch of sites running on Apache that Let's Encrypt automagically generated certificates for, which was fine right up until I needed to make one of them unavailable. What follows are the instructions for regenerating the certificates quickly and (relatively) painlessly.
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