The name of the logfile that certbot writes to. We also redirect the auth providers to write to this log file.
Path to the letsencrypt root directory which defaults to:
/etc/letsencrypt. You don't normally need to alter this. Its primary purpose is for Unit Testing.
Used by the
acquire command to control the log level of the Certbot Auth and Cleanup hooks.
Path to the auth_hook script provided as part of nginx-le. The auth hook is called by certbot at the start of an attempt to acquire or renew a certificate.
Path to the cleanup_hook script provided as part of nginx-le. The cleanup hook is called by certbot when completing an attempt to acquire or renew a certificate.
Path to the deploy_hook script provided as part of nginx-le. The deploy hook is called by certbot to deploy certificates into nginx. Its is only called when a certificate is sucessfully renewed or acquired.
The number of times the DNS Auth Hook will check the DNS for the required TXT record.
Only used for Unit Testing. Sets the path where certbot saves certificates to.
Path to the Nginx access.log file in the container.
Path to the Nginx error.log file in the container
Path of the .location and .upstream files.