my jitsi meet instance is running on a debian 10 buster vm. We use a wildcard certificate, which will expire in 28 days. Yesterday I replaced the certificate with the new one in the default path, which was used in the initial installation from jitsi:
After replacing the certificate, the browser recognizes and presented the new cert. I thought everything was fine. After checking ssllabs.com for my domain - it still reported the old certificate.
I was verifying it on the local machine with:
echo | openssl s_client -servername %localipaddress% -connect %localipaddress%:443 2>/dev/null | openssl x[509 -](phone:509 -)noout -dates
And got the same result for port “443”. It still presented me the old cert.
After digging into the nginx configuration i found out, that the webinstance (jitsi meet) is running in port “4444”. So i checked the above command agaianst port “4444” - and yeah - it is uses the new cert.
But how can I change it for port “443”?? Where is the “old” certificate cached/or placed? I cant find it.
I really want to understand that part and cant find any answers in the forum.
Please help me