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Plesk Not Writing to DNS Files

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by caseypj, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. caseypj

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    I'm having an issue with Plesk 8.1 writing to the DNS zones/making new ones. This is a fresh install, I've imported my old domains and was forced to copy & paste the dns var and etc directories in order for the old domains to work. But If I make a dns zone it does not write. I have allowed full access to the files/directories to the plesk services.
     
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    Problem has not resolved itself, plesk does not generate any errors.
     
  3. sergius

    sergius Golden Pleskian

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    Did you import only DNS records? Please import old domains with using Plesk Restore tool.
     
  4. caseypj

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    Re: Re: Plesk Not Writing to DNS Files

    I imported every single domain first with the Plesk Restore tool. Even if I were to make a new account/domain it will not write the dns zone.
     
  5. sergius

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    Please rename named.conf (for example, to named.conf.old) and run dnsmng UPDATE * in folder <plesk>\admin\bin
     
  6. caseypj

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    I'm trying that now, thank you for the suggestion.
     
  7. caseypj

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    Just tried that and it would not work, it did not generate a new named.conf and did not make the new domains accessible.
     
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    which ticket number?
     
  11. caseypj

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    My ticket appears to have been closed because I personally do not have a support contract, but it was [SWsoft #363394]
     
  12. caseypj

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    This issue is still affecting me, hopefully someone has a solution.
     
  13. bskrakes

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    Im pretty sure I am having the same issue. I can restore the data but I can't make any requests regarding HTTP. All the DNS seems to be out of wack.

    Wish someone could help....
     
  14. caseypj

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    I was able to manually add the dns zones, create the zone file first, and in the named.conf add it as a master zone.
     
  15. bskrakes

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    I didn't touch the named.conf but I changed the DNS settings through the control panel, a little more tedious but I wasn't sure that the control panel would read the manual changes in the named.conf file right....

    Problem solved for me!

    Thanks.
     
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