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dear @Fubra Support: Site sometimes has an expired certificate, its usually fixed quickly.


From reading the other threads: admin already installed LetsEncrypt auto renewal script..


server response shows apache, so I'm not seeing caching issue.. I'm more familiar with nginx though apache shouldn't cache the old cert. issuing a hot-reload of the server config after updating the certificate should resolve the issue, no restart required and no downtime.


edit: heres the apache command:


apachectl -k graceful


systemd ver:


httpd -k graceful


Re: caching: I suggest cloudflare free tier CDN, will greatly speed up the site and reduce load on the servers. Theres tricks for using free tier with a cert and not using the cf proxy



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I was beginning to think I was the only one experiencing the problem of getting onto the site. I can eventually overcome it by clicking back and forth but it's becoming tiresome that I have to do that. See the attached.491167693_Screenshot2019-12-17at11_32_54.thumb.png.e1b36a9cb3f8f958c7918bb5d00eedd2.png

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5 hours ago, Hervé said:

One may wonder if, given the increasingly degraded/unmaintained status of the site, it may not just be slowly and gradually dying. It'd be a shame really because InsanelyMac has been a beacon in the night for so many years. But I guess all good things come to an end, inevitably...

Explains the complete lack of SPAM control, Site is only here as a money raising one by way of ADS and SPAM

Been here 12 years, be a shame to see it die a slow death

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On 12/20/2019 at 10:15 PM, foskvs said:

Mods do their “job” for free

Yeah, and the Admins get paid.

And what do they get paid from?

Revenue from advertising, and probably from SPAM advertising as well.


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