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Old 5th October 2010, 11:42
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This seems to be a DNS problem. Changing the IP address resolves such dns problems when the slave and master servers have diffenet IP addresses for a specific A-Record (split brain).

You have to check the master and every slave server if they all give the correct IP address back for a specific A-record.

ISPConfig is not doing any scheduled reconfigurations and if the vhost file is ok, then it is not caused by ispconfig.
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