NOTICE: This Documentation is for JetBackup 4 for Linux.

Please CLICK HERE for the latest JetBackup 5 for Linux Documentation.

How to Add/Change SSL certificate to JetBackup for Linux

SSL certificates adds another layer of security when accessing your JetBackup for Linux Panel by encrypting sensitive information such as your login credentials as they are sent between your server and browser.

JetBackup generates its own SSL certificate automatically upon installation.

To add your own SSL certificate, edit the JetBackup configuration file located here:

/usr/local/jetapps/etc/lighttpd/conf.d/jetbackup.conf

Change the following line on the config file:

ssl.pemfile = "/usr/local/jetapps/etc/ssl/private/jetbackup.pem"

And specify the path to your SSL certificate:

ssl.pemfile = "{SSL_CERTIFICATE_PATH}"

Save the config file then restart the jetlighttpd service:

systemctl restart jetlighttpd