But I quickly ran into issues when trying to request Google to index my website (via Search Console). I figured this may have been because it was a new deployment so it needed some time.
But 25 days later and I’m still running into the same error each time I request an index:
URL is not available to Google. Failed: DNS error: host unknown
This is strange. I’ve set up my certs just as Fly recommends. I set up the CNAME, A, and AAAA records (with @) that Fly provided with GoDaddy. When I click the check button inside Fly everything is green. I have no issues visiting my domain. And so it appears that I’ve set up everything the right way.
I’m not sure what else I’m supposed to do. For reference this is a Rails app.
It seems I’ve forgot to configure something within Fly? If anyone can point me in the right direction I’d greatly appreciate it.
… and check the A and AAAA are returning as expected. I don’t think you need the A/AAAA and the CNAME record (it’s usually either, not both), so maybe you could remove the CNAME to [name].fly.dev while at it. Just to see what difference that makes, if any.