Sorry for yesterday's outage everyone. Previously when I was making a change to the cron file I had mistakenly changed the cronjob that renews the ssl certificate so that it didn't run often enough. An expired ssl certificate is what caused the outage.
I enjoy the idea of running something that people rely on to communicate and I am equally ashamed when I disrupt that communication because of a small, silly mistake.
@zacharius No worries.
I have had my server that takes care of friends n' families websites go dark an embarrassingly large number of times. SSL has never been the culprit for me, but is a giant pain in the but for the one site I have that uses it.
Cronjobs, on the other hand, have been the culprit many times.
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