Apache SSL renewal keeps using old certificate

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I have a website using Apache that runs on a GCP VM instance with a Google load balancer. In total, I have 3 servers

I have changed the SSL certificate in the Google load balance configuration.

What I have done so far to check are

  1. using gcloud command gcloud compute target-https-proxies list to check if the latest SSL was installed or not
  2. Running gcloud command gcloud compute target-https-proxies update PROXY_NAME --url-map=URL_MAP to update with latest proxy configuration

And everything looks good, but from the browser, I still can see that the website uses an old SSL certificate.

I also tried to use another browser or the online tool that John Hanley suggested, but still, it shows as the old certificate.

any idea how to solve it?

John Hanley avatar
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Browsers sometimes cache certificates. Use a different browser and reverify. You can also online tools such as Edit your question as it is not clear what is serving your certificate - load balancer or Apache.
taipei avatar
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since it's running under the load balancer so I guess there's something with the Google load balancer, thanks for pointed that hint @JohnHanley, do you think I need to restart the server?
John Hanley avatar
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Edit your question with details on the front end(s) configured with certificates.

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