Hello, All was working well until I updated ISPConfig from 188.8.131.52p5 to 184.108.40.206p8. I am running in Multi-server mode with a CP server, DNS servers, Mail servers, mySQL servers and a bunch of Web servers. When I add a DNS record after the update, the file gets the .err extension along with this in it: $TTL 3600 @ IN SOA ns1.DNS_DOMAIN. webmaster.WEB_SITE_DOMAIN.com. ( 2015110513 ; serial, todays date + todays serial # 7200 ; refresh, seconds 540 ; retry, seconds 1209600 ; expire, seconds 7200 ) ; minimum, seconds ; It also wipes out /etc/named.conf.local. I just got done hand editing /etc/named.conf.local for 107 domains. I updated the CP server with 220.127.116.11p8 a couple days ago but none of the other servers. Yesterday, when updating an existing DNS record, is when the .err extension appeared so I updated ISPConfig on the remaining server. I did the update to the .err DNS and it appeared to work fine. Today, when add a new DNS record, I got the .err again. This is when I also noticed that /etc/named/conf.local was empty. I have no idea why it was working fine under 18.104.22.168p5 and what was in the update to cause these problems. I would also like to know to to rebuild the named.conf.local so I do not have to rebuild it by hand ... it's a pain for a 107 domains ... I checked the backup on the DNSs, but, it was empty too. Any help getting this resolved would be much appreciated. Thank you.