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Normally, when Nginx tries to read a certificate which does not exist, it will exit and throw an error.

Can I define any fall-back certificate in case the primary certificate does not exist?

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No. Why would your key not exist?

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  • I am just automating the generation with docker-compose and certbot, where the latter needs the first (with my custom automated configuration). The first cannot start with no certificate according to my confi. – Mohammed Noureldin Jan 6 '18 at 0:52
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    Best work out how to add certbot as a dependency / blocker before Nginx starts. You could ask another question about that if you need help - I can't help with Docker. – Tim Jan 6 '18 at 0:58

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