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Unable to delete old/expired Let's Encrypt Certificates from the LoadMaster

 

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Summary:

The option to delete Let's Encrypt Certificates is greyed out

Environment:

Product: LoadMaster

Version: Any

Platform: Any

Application: Any

Question/Problem Description:

How to delete old/expired Let's Encrypt Certificates

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Resolution:
  • First make sure the certificate is not in use on any of the services.
  • The certificate can be deleted via xroot using:
    • rm /one4net/certs/<cert naeme>
  • Also need to delete the particular line containing <cert name> identifier from/one4net/cfg/_ACME_DOMAINSfile so that the certificate would not appear on LE page.
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