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Old 7th November 2008, 09:08
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For me, it was strange that path in DB changed for no reason.
Thats normal in ISPConfig. It happens when the ISPConfig interface is not able anymore to access the bind directories.

The problem is the fedora bind package. When you install a updated bind rpm in fedora or centos, the rpm messes up the permissions. Other distributions, even rpm based like suse are able to handle bind updates without changing the permissions.
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