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Old 26th July 2008, 00:29
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Indeed there is, thanks.

I need a script that updates the IP of primary zone files when the IP changes. One way is using nsupdate to directly modify them. But if I'm not mistaken, ISPConfig would wipe out those changes next time it re-creates the VHOSTS.

So, maybe a better idea to write a php script that will update the values in the ispconfig database then trigger a rewrite of the vhosts and a restart of the name server. Does this make sense?

I'm using DynDNS service for the main nameserver domain updates but don't want to pay an account for every domain name I use in addition to that one.

I guess my concern is that ISPConfig would re-read the IP addresses from MySQL before re-writing the zone files, rather than having them already stored in memory. True?

Have a great weekend.
__________________, ISPConfig 3, Debian.

Last edited by BorderAmigos; 26th July 2008 at 00:31. Reason: added info.
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