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Old 13th November 2006, 12:23
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Default Missing in ISP config - But there in config files

Hi,

I saw an thread an while ago about this, but cant find it now.
I created an site, with sub-domain. I can edit the site and sub-domain in isp manager but the site data does not show in DNS manager. When I try and create the site in dns manager it sais it exist [re-cycle bin = empty]. If I inspect the zonefile /etc/named.conf and the corresponding pri.zonefile.tld exist but it contains the OLD data not the changed data.
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Old 14th November 2006, 09:24
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Please search for the domain with the serach function in DNS-Manager. Have a look at all of the recycle bins of the admin and resellers too.
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