ISPConfig Beta released for testing

Discussion in 'Developers' Forum' started by till, Jul 22, 2009.

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  1. Gimly

    Gimly Member

    Hi All,

    I use ISPConfig and when I create a A DNS record, I've the message

    I've see in bugtracker is it fixed, but how can I apply the fix and what is th fix ?
    And last question, is it possible to update my version with svn version ? If yes, how ?

    Thanks in advance :)
    Last edited: Aug 24, 2009
  2. Naudski

    Naudski New Member

    Hi there,

    I'm also running ISPconfig 3.0.14 beta on Ubuntu Jaunty and still having the Duplicate A Record error.
    Any clues??

  3. till

    till Super Moderator

    Tested it in the current svn version and there is no such error. Most likely you really added a duplivcate record and thats why you get this error message. You can not add two a-records where ip address and hoatsname is identical. Either the ip address or the hostname must be different.
  4. Naudski

    Naudski New Member

    Hi Till,

    When I add an A-record like this:

    Hostname IP Address


    And I add another one like:

    Hostname IP Address


    Then I get the error message.
  5. till

    till Super Moderator

    This has been fixed in svn some time ago and will be released with beta 2.
  6. Naudski

    Naudski New Member

    You are absolutely right Till !!
    I never did a SVN update before. No I did and the problem is fixed, however....

    I have two ISPconfig servers, same build, and on the first one everything went smoothly but the second one won't upgrade/update.

    After it asks for the MYSQL Root password, the installer stops and I have the prompt again.

    Last line from the ispconfig_install.log:

    /tmp/trunk/install/update.php, Line 133: read in ispconfig3.sql

    Any ideas??

    Thanks for your help so far!!!!

  7. till

    till Super Moderator

    Maybe there is a problem with the mysql root password. Please make sure that the mysql root password does not contain any special chars that might be interpreted by the shell.

    Also be aware that the svn contains developemnt versions which should not be used on production systems.
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