- Plesk for Linux
Note: This article has the reference to the issue with the fix available:
- #EXTLETSENC-395 "Fixed the issue where renewing the Let’s Encrypt certificate for a domain with a wildcard subdomain resulted in the subdomain becoming inaccessible."
- Let’s Encrypt 2.5.1 27 February 2018
During Let's Encrypt certificates update cron task, Apache doesn't start in case a there is a certificate for wildcard domain. As a result, Plesk default page is shown instead of domain's content.
After the certificate renewal, the file
does not exist.
This issue is caused by a Let's Encrypt extension bug #EXTLETSENC-395 that was fixed in Let’s Encrypt 2.5.1.
No actions are required. The extension is updated automatically.