this is just to inform you that we addressed the issues with Let's
Encrypt in the openSUSE infrastructure and renewed the certificates (in
time), so no outages are to be expected. The certificate was about to
expire on Oct 8, and automatic issuance did no longer wore (we were made
aware of this by Thorsten Bro in time).
For - as to now - unclear reasons, "kinit" was missing on the machine
responsible for this (crtmgr.infra.opensuse.org
). Kerberos is needed in
some script to update the DNS records needed for authorization.
Most probably this happened due to an upgrade, and the one doing the
upgrade, didn't realize right away, since it takes a while until the
problem manifests itself. Simply installing krb5-client, did the trick,
so this should work automatically again for the future now.