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Old 8th March 2006, 22:20
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Hello,
I have created 32 sites with some co-domains. In left panel (Sites section) are displayed all sites (every site has one domain) correctly.
But in DNS manager I see only 22 domains. 10 domains missing. When I look into /var/named.conf, all 32 domains have record.
Where is the problem? Thanks for answer.
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Old 9th March 2006, 07:57
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Have you checkt all folders in DNS manager and all resellers? Can you find the missing 10 domains by using the search function in DNS-Manager?
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Old 9th March 2006, 09:11
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Missing records are not in folders.
When I try search missing records with search function in DNS manager, i found it.
DNS Entry window show up:
Server: MyServer
Domain (SOA): missingdomain.sk
IP Address: 217.12.49.10
(values was changed for security reason)
All looks good, but if I can click to options or records tab, i get error:
Feld: IP Adresse
IP-Adress invalid.
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Did you change anything manually in the ISPConfig database?
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Old 9th March 2006, 13:59
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Yes, I did. I was trying to remove one corrupted user, but I thing it is not a error cause.
But...
I had one reseller with a few clients and sites. I renamed this reseller. Next I created new reseller with the same name, as first reseller before renaming. After moving sites and clients to the new reseller, I deleted old reseller.
Domains, created under new reseller looks good and they are visible in DNS manager. Moved domains aren't visible.
(uf, sorry for my english)
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Old 9th March 2006, 19:21
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Yes, I did. I was trying to remove one corrupted user, but I thing it is not a error cause.
But...
I had one reseller with a few clients and sites. I renamed this reseller. Next I created new reseller with the same name, as first reseller before renaming. After moving sites and clients to the new reseller, I deleted old reseller.
Domains, created under new reseller looks good and they are visible in DNS manager. Moved domains aren't visible.
(uf, sorry for my english)
Which version had you installed as you moved the sites? There was a bugfix in the 2.2.0 release.
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Old 9th March 2006, 20:00
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I have the latest version 2.2.0.
Have I any chance to repair my problem?
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I don't think so because you made changes to the database!
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It was a deleting one user, nothing more. When you created bugfix, you must know where is a problem and what to do to correct it. Please.
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The problem is that the database is very complex. Even I couldn't do changes manually. So if you do manual changes, it is most likely that you break something.
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