bind errors ...already exists previous definition:

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by hoopsx3, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. hoopsx3

    hoopsx3 New Member

    every time i make a DNS chage bind wont start I have to sudo vi /etc/bind/named.conf

    and remove one of the dupes below,

    Any one know the reason why I have to do this ?

    Tks !
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Have you modified the named master template of ISPConfig?
  3. hoopsx3

    hoopsx3 New Member

    Im prety sure I didnt as I dont know where it is :D
    I will take a look If you can tell me where it is ;)

  4. hoopsx3

    hoopsx3 New Member

    Anyone ?

    Its happened about 6 times today, and it happens without modifying any dns :eek:

    Last edited: Jan 31, 2007
  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Did you create a DNS record with the IP address Please remove it. Nobody will be able to connect to your system if you use (=localhost) for your DNS records.
  6. hoopsx3

    hoopsx3 New Member


    Thanks, Yesterday I deleted the 2nd duplicate entry on a hunch, turns out
    that if I delete only the 1st dup bind crashes ?

    The only diff between the two entries was a LF under the one it didnt like...

    Anyway, since I deleted the 2nd entry bind has not gone down,
    and the ip was in the dns, but I have been using
    zoneedit to manage the dns untill I get bind and DNS figured out.

  7. rayit

    rayit New Member

    same problem here

    If I delete it out of the named.conf it returns after changing something in ISPconfig.

    I have a localhost for every .nl domain (it's mandatory if I register domain at dutch SIDN)

    I think something went wrong with creating a domain.
    I could not make a mail A record for a domain so I made a mail2
    it started also to complain about that it already exists.


  8. rayit

    rayit New Member

    problem solved!!

    thanks to sirion

    uncomment the lines
    and change something in dns with ispconfig....

    edited /root/ispconfig/isp/confnamed.conf.master and removed the 127.***
  9. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Please empty the recyle bin(s) in the dns manager.

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