You can manually renew LetsEncrypt certificates for your domains by doing:
$ sc_pack certs <action> -f configuration/file/path/sc_pack.conf.yaml <--push>
you have three actions you can use:
run_staging: will generate the certificates using the ACME staging CA, this is useful for testing. We encourage you to run it this way first, and once confirmed that the certificates are properly generated for staging, then run it for "prod" (see below).
run_prod: will generate the certificates using the ACME production CA. These are the certificates that browsers will recognize as valid.
print_crontab_line: will print a crontab line to set up an automatic run of the
renew_certsperiodically. The example we print runs once a month, the first day of the month at 3:30am.
push_local_certificates: will just push the local certificates that sc_pack instance has to the centralized accelerator platform, and the platform will synchronize the certificates with all the deployment sites.
pull_certificates <domain name>: Will pull the certificates from the centralized accelerator platform for that specific domain, and deployment site.
--pushmeans that the generated certificates will be pushed and synchronized to all the sc_pack instances that have this domain deployed somewhere. It will be available just when you use
For a video on how to create and spread LetsEncrypt certificates in a group of live edge servers, se the link below: