Renewing SSL Certificate But Not Using LetsEncrypt

UPDATE ./bitwarden.sh rebuild did the trick

I am on Bitwarden 2.20.3 on CentOS Linux release 7.9.2009

I am using a public certificate that is not LetsEncrypt. It has been working fine. It is now time to renew it. I have copied the .crt and .key file to the same location the current ones are /opt/bwdata/ssl/bitwarden.ourdomain.com/

I updated /opt/bwdata/config.yml with the new certificate as below

Installation uses a managed Let’s Encrypt certificate.

ssl_managed_lets_encrypt: false

The actual certificate. (Required if using SSL without managed Let’s Encrypt)

Note: Path uses the container’s ssl directory. The ./ssl host directory is mapped to

/etc/ssl within the container.

ssl_certificate_path: /etc/ssl/bitwarden.ourdomain.com/bitwardencert7.27.2021.crt

The certificate’s private key. (Required if using SSL without managed Let’s Encrypt)

Note: Path uses the container’s ssl directory. The ./ssl host directory is mapped to

/etc/ssl within the container.

ssl_key_path: /etc/ssl/bitwarden.ourdomain.com/bitwardenkeyfileunencrypted7.27.2021.key

If the certificate is trusted by a CA, you should provide the CA’s certificate.

Note: Path uses the container’s ssl directory. The ./ssl host directory is mapped to

/etc/ssl within the container.

ssl_ca_path:

However even after a server restart it is still using the old certificate. Is there something more I need to do to get it to use the new certificate?