Hello HTF Friends, Setup : Multi-server OS : Ubuntu 18.0.4 Server type : Nginx/1.18.0 Databse : mySql After having update to 3.2.4, issuing certs to websites no longer works. Every time i try to renew a cert i get the below error retg.server1.com - 01.07.2021-22:43 - WARNING - R=0 ; C=0 ; /root/.acme.sh/acme.sh --issue -d website.com -d www.website.com -w /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/acme --always-force-new-domain-key --keylength 4096; R=$? ; if [[ $R -eq 0 || $R -eq 2 ]] ; then /root/.acme.sh/acme.sh --install-cert -d website.com -d www.website.com --key-file '/var/www/clients/client29/web189/ssl/website.com-le.key' --fullchain-file '/var/www/clients/client29/web189/ssl/website.com-le.crt' --reloadcmd 'systemctl force-reload nginx.service' --log '/var/log/ispconfig/acme.log'; C=$? ; fi ; if [[ $C -eq 0 ]] ; then exit $R ; else exit $C ; fi Code: retg.server1.com - 01.07.2021-22:43 - WARNING - Let's Encrypt SSL Cert for: website.com could not be issued. It seems that it's trying to renew the certs via acme.sh but my current certs are in the /etc/letsencrypt/live/ format from certbot. If i manually renew with certbot, it works but via the control panel checkbox it fails. I had to reinstall cerbot because my certbot-auto which was installed is missing or no longer supported. Anyone have any ideas why auto-renewal is failing?