Keywords: General - Google Cloud Platform - Technical issue - Secure Connections (SSL/HTTPS)
bnsupport ID: 89db70f9-b65b-1e5d-0f85-8af1cd5c1946
A customer informed me that my website was down so I checked and indeed it was. I couldn't access wordpress login portal so I checked on my vm and found it was recommending I increase performance on my VM so I did. It completed the upgrade successfully but still no website access and now my domain name (or IP address) will just lead me to the default Apache2 for Debian default page.
When I try to run the bin-cert tool for Let's Encrypt (which is how my ssl was configured before) I get this error.
Error: There has been an error.
Cannot bind to port 80 and/or 443. These ports are used for Let's Encrypt to
verify the domain DNS configuration. Please stop any services using those ports,
and ensure your system user has permissions to bind to them.
When I try to start my apache2 server with sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start I get this error.
apache2.serviceFailed to connect to bus: No such file or directory
Here is the code from running bnsupprt - 89db70f9-b65b-1e5d-0f85-8af1cd5c1946