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Some scripts to create and renew all your certificates, and concatenate fullchain and privkey so haproxy is able to use it
For this to work, you should have configured haproxy to accept let's encrypt connection
More information here (French version
You need to install certbot according to your distribution :
For debian :
apt-get install certbot
Create a certificate with let's encrypt, then concatenate fullchain.pem and privkey.pem, then store the certificate in haproxy given path.
./create-certificate domain.tld >> /var/log/create-certificate.log
Renew all certificate known by let's encrypt !
./renew-certificate >> /var/log/renew-certificates.log
##How to create postfix SAN certificate Create SAN (multi-domains) certificates for a postfix configuration
Edit postfix_pem_path and mail_server and deploy ssh key accordingly.
I should write a blog article once I have time, meanwhile do not hesitate to ask questions on the repo Usage:
./create-cert-postfix domain1.tld domain2.tld domain3.tld