renew expired let’s encrypt certificate with certbot

renew expired let’s encrypt certificate with certbot

Firstly my certificates were created for mysubdomain.witr.net with certbot like so:

sudo apt-get install certbot -t stretch-backports
sudo certbot certonly --webroot -w /path/to/http/server/web/dir1

All is fine.

Some days after, I changed the directory of http server web path (ansible refactoring)

When certificate is near to expire, and I’m going to renew its validity, always with certbot, I’m having following error:

could not find path /path/to/http/server/web/dir1

Fixed by changing certbot configuration in /etc/letsencrypt/renewal/mysubdomain.witr.net.conf

# edit following line option to set the good path: 
mysubdomain.witr.net = /new/path
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