Creates certificates and manages renewal using the letsencrypt service.
See the full Salt Formulas installation and usage instructions.
This is a shortcut for letsencrypt.install letsencrypt.config and letsencrypt.domains.
If use_package is True (the default), the formula will try to install the certbot package from your Distro's repo. Keep in mind that most distros don't have a package available by default: Ie, current Debian (Stretch) requires a backports repo installed. Centos 7 requires EPEL, etc. This formula DOES NOT manage these repositories. Use the apt-formula or the `epel-formula <https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/epel-formula`_ to manage them.
If use_package is False it installs and configures the letsencrypt cli from git, creates the requested certificates and installs renewal cron job.
** WARNING ** If you set use_package to True, it will:
- Default to Python3's certbot package (where possible), with Apache as the default Webserver to manage.
- Delete all certbot's crons if they exist from a previous git-based installation (as the package uses a systemd's timer unit to renew all the certs)
- Delete git-based installation's scripts (usually installed under /usr/local/bin) if they still exist declared in letsencrypt's pillar.
- As a safety meassure, if there's an /opt/letsencrypt directory from a git-based installation, it will be left untouched, but unused.
To check dependencies to use the package for your distro, check https://certbot.eff.org/all-instructions.
Only installs the letsencrypt client (see above).
Manages /etc/letsencrypt/cli.ini config file.
Creates a certificate with the domains in each domain set (letsencrypt:domainsets in pillar). Letsencrypt uses a relatively short validity of 90 days. Therefore, a cron job for automatic renewal every 60 days is installed for each domain set as well.