Privacy error on :8090

Hi,

I’m having a bit of a strange privacy error on a server that was previously working fine (maybe it is since 19.1 update).

servername.com works fine with valid SSL, and servername.com:7080 works fine also, but servername.com:8090 throws up a privacy error.

This should be the same SSL certificate, but for some reason 8090 is picking up an old expired version of it and won’t let me access the dashboard.

Any suggestions?

Try issuing hostname ssl again?

Seems like a valid suggestion :slight_smile:

How do I do that from the command line since I can’t access control panel?

https://docs.cyberpanel.net/doku.php?id=cli-hostname-ssl

After issued
service lsws restart
service lscpd restart

The hostname SSL is usually stored here
/usr/local/lscp/conf/cert.pem
/usr/local/lscp/conf/key.pem

Excellent, thanks!

That solved the issue.

I ran the console command, it was successful and fixed the domain certification problem on port 8090, but I want to report a bug:

ln: failed to create symbolic link ‘/usr/local/lsws/admin/conf/cert/admin.crt’: No such file or directory
ln: failed to create symbolic link ‘/usr/local/lsws/admin/conf/cert/admin.key’: No such file or directory
1,None
{“success”: 1, “errorMessage”: “None”}

I’m on CentOS 8

What…?