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Old 19th July 2007, 07:59
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Greetings,

Congratulations on an excellent product...

I use:
Debian Etch
ISPConfig 2.2.14

I followed the debian perfect setup...

Within the admin panel I renamed a domain from:

somedomain.com
to
somedomain.net

All is good with the new domain...

However, I noticed the old domain settings in:
/var/lib/named/etc/bind/named.conf
/var/lib/named/etc/bind/pri.somedomain.com
still exist.

Im not sure whether you know this happens...

I could delete the domain and recreate it, however, that seems a lot of effort as the domain has a lot of users/dbs.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
Rick
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Old 19th July 2007, 09:53
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If you want to rename a domain in bind too, please edit the domain in the ISPConfig DNS-Manager too. I guess you just edited the domain in the ISP-Manager which controls the apache configuration files but not the BIND configuration.
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Old 19th July 2007, 11:54
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Gday Till,

Thanks for your reply, you are correct, there were dns records for both domains in the dns-manager.

You guys do a great job....

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