Reconfigure services after 3.0.2.1 update?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by kamalito, May 27, 2010.

  1. kamalito

    kamalito New Member

    Hi
    Is there a way to run again the 3.0.2.1 update to allow the script to reconfigure the services? I didn't specify "yes" when I've run the updater for the 3.0.2.1 version.
    Regards
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Last edited: May 27, 2010
  3. kamalito

    kamalito New Member

    Thanks a lot Till
    Have a nice day
     
  4. kamalito

    kamalito New Member

    Hi Till
    After that update, the server is unable to resolv external domain names like google.com etc.
    _______________________
    # nslookup www.google.com
    ;; Got recursion not available from 127.0.0.1, trying next server
    ;; Got recursion not available from 213.251.188.140, trying next server
    ;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
    or
    # ping www.google.com
    ping: unknown host www.google.com
    _______________________
    213.251.188.140 is the IP address of the second name server
     
  5. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    1) Which dns server do you use?
    2) Have you configured anything in the dns configureation manually, e.g. adding a external resolver program?
    3) check that all external dns servers in /etc/resolv.conf are valid and reachable.
     
  6. kamalito

    kamalito New Member

    MyDNS

    Since ISPConfig 3.0.1.6, I've modified /etc/mydns.conf like this :
    log = LOG_DAEMON # Facility to use for program output (LOG_*/stdout/stderr)
    pidfile = /var/run/mydns.pid # Path to PID file
    timeout = 120 # Number of seconds after which queries time out
    multicpu = 1 # Number of CPUs installed on your system
    recursive = # Location of recursive resolver
    allow-axfr = yes # Should AXFR be enabled?
    allow-tcp = yes # Should TCP be enabled?
    allow-update = yes # Should DNS UPDATE be enabled?
    ignore-minimum = no # Ignore minimum TTL for zone?
    soa-table = dns_soa # Name of table containing SOA records
    rr-table = dns_rr # Name of table containing RR data
    soa-where = server_id = 1 # Extra WHERE clause for SOA queries
    rr-where = server_id = 1 # Extra WHERE clause for RR queries
    use-soa-active = yes # To fix bug 295 where active or inactive status is ignored.
    use-rr-active = yes# To fix bug 295 where active or inactive status is ignored.
    notify-enabled = yes
    notify-source = XX.XX.XX.XX (IP address of the server)
    ixfr-enabled = yes
    ixfr-gc-enabled = yes
    debug-axfr = 5


    Now, I've removed all the extra lines in bold and set allow-update to No.

    The second DNS is having trouble. Our ISP suggest to use OpenDNS servers during the resolution of that issue.

    Is it a good idea to add the openDNS servers in /etc/resolv.conf?
     
  7. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You need at least one working DNS server in /etc/resolv.conf. Which one does not matter much, use e.g. the opendns servers or the free dns servers from google.
     
  8. kamalito

    kamalito New Member

    Thanks Till
     

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