packages/certbot_apache/_internal/parser.py", line 924, in _find_config_root
raise errors.NoInstallationError("Could not find configuration root")
certbot.errors.NoInstallationError: Could not find configuration root
ERROR:certbot._internal.log:Unable to find a virtual host listening on port 80 which is currently needed for Certbot to prove to the CA that you control your domain. Please add a virtual host for port 80.
“ping timeout”: client stopped responding to pings in the allotted amount of time (per the pingTimeout config setting).
“transport close”: this appears to happen if the client side stopped sending data at all… or maybe there’s some kind of callback causing this to happen. I can see it happen if I just close a tab or follow a link from a page where I have an active connection to the server. But I’m not clear if this is always a case of the client causing it to happen.
Sorry for re-opening the issue. Regarding the transport close that is the reason when page is closed/reloaded, it also happens some times in bad network conditions specifically when the ping packets are not delivered to the client. For the latter I need to handle it in the server side by waiting for the client to reconnect. Is there a way to properly distinguish between these two?
“Client namespace disconnect”: When the client sends a disconnect packet (client.disconnect())
“server namespace disconnect”: Looks to be when the server performs a socket.disconnect() action.
“Transport error”: An error occurred, I assume this is a server side error, but I’m not totally clear, as I’ve not been able to trigger one on my own.
“io server disconnect” This occurs using a third party library socketIOAuth when authentication fails