relative newbie here.
I’m setting up a mattermost chat server for my lab. I’m using the 1 click install. Because I’m learning by doing, I’m doing a lot of screwing something up, destroying the droplet, and starting from scratch again. Its worked as I’m getting more experience. However, I’ve hit a wall with my knowledge and need a little help. With my screw up, destroy the droplet, start again approach, I’ve run afoul of the Let’s Encrypt rate limit - I’ve started getting an error whenever I do the mattermost configuration saying I’ve exceeded my limit. From my research, it looks like I’ve got 5 certificates/week when I’m using the same domain (which I’ve been doing every time I roll a new mattermost install after screwing something up and starting from scratch).
Am I missing something here? Am I misreading the rate limits? Is there a way around this? Is it just a matter of waiting until my rate limit is reset and I can do a new setup with the same domain (I was just at the point where I was comfortable with the process and probably wouldn’t have to do all of this again). Is there a way to renew one of my certs so I can use it? If so, can someone point me to some gentle documentation on how to do this? Any help is appreciated.
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