Exact error message:
SSL Provisioning is temporarily disabled because too many recent CertOrder creation with the site
Recently (around 2 weeks ago I think), I had tried adding branch deploys to my site. While trying to make it work, I attempted to renew my TLS certificate to include new subdomains, without success. I then read that this is only possible when using Netlify’s DNS, and as I am using an external DNS zone, I stopped and reverted back to having custom domains only for the production branch.
During that time, I was also fiddling with my DNS zone, and broke it for some time, which I believe is the reason I couldn’t renew my certificate afterwards, even without trying to include subdomains for branch deploys.
Right now my DNS zone seems to be working as intended. It is hosted in Cloudflare, and Cloudflare proxying is disabled (“DNS only” mode, as they call it).
However, even with the DNS zone fixed up, and no subdomain for branch deploys in my settings, renewing the certificate doesn’t work and stays on the same
too many recent CertOrder creation error.
I am unsure whether this is due to Let’s Encrypt’s limit being in effect for a long time, or if I am missing something. What are the steps to fix this, or to have more information about what is going wrong?