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Old 16th August 2007, 15:42
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Default Forcing update of bind tables

I am running ISPConfig on two servers. My coworker has configured MySQL to perform master-master replication between the servers. This is working quite nicely so far.

However, last night we spotted a problem. My two servers are named ga and ge. If I log in to ge and update a DNS entry, I can see the update reflected in ga's database (as shown by going into DNS Manager on ga). However, the bind tables on ga are not getting updated when the database gets updated. The bind tables only get updated on the machine on which the update is performed.

I am looking now at how to extract all DNS info using the remoting framework, and possibly rebuilding all of bind's tables that way. What I would like to know is if there is a simple way to tell ISPConfig "rebuild all of bind's tables using your current database contents".
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