DNS entry not committed to bind

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by we_are_borg, May 30, 2010.

  1. we_are_borg

    we_are_borg New Member

    I have a problem i have setup the server like i have done a few months ago. But know i have a problem with bind9 when i do "Add DNS zone" i can make the zone and so on. But when i look with webmin or with ssh i cant find a trace of the zone in the config of ispconfig 3, but in the ispconfig they are there but not in bind. i am running the latest version.

    Code:
    BIND User root
    BIND Group bind
    BIND zonefiles directory /etc/bind/named.conf
    BIND named.conf path /etc/bind/named.conf.local
    
    This is correct on my server the group and files are there where they are given above.
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Any jobs left in the ispconfig jobqueue (see monitor)?
     
  3. we_are_borg

    we_are_borg New Member

    There is one job left there
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 10:44 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_soa
    2010-05-30 02:32 debian.lhs1.loc Delete dns_soa

    Deleted all pending jobs from database and tried again but now the result is the following

    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_rr
    2010-05-30 11:18 debian.lhs1.loc Insert dns_soa

    The jobqueue is empty but the Show ISPC Cron-log report the following:

    If i check the rndc it runs fine the key file used is /etc/bind/rndc.key

    With a SSH connection i can run "rndc reload" without any errors.
     
    Last edited: May 30, 2010

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