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    Email from cPanel saying that "Some of the server's DNS resolvers failed to respond"

    I started getting an email with the subject "Partial DNS resolver failure" and it says that "Some of the server's DNS resolvers failed to respond". It lists 2 DNS resolver addresses. One of them is "Normal" and the other is "Unreliable". This is the first time I've ever received such an...
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    Resolvers changing/reverting?

    Can someone tell me why my resolvers periodically revert to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4? I can go to Resolver Configuration, customize the three values, and come back [some time later] and they'll be back to Google's public DNS. It may be after a reboot -- I haven't tested that and I don't often...
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    SOLVED Some of the server’s DNS resolvers fail to respond.

    Hello, I have some trouble whit my DNS resolvers. I got 2 ip's , one is working fine but the other not ? i have ns1.example.nl whit ip 54.36.xx.xxx an ns2.example.nl whit ip 94.23.xxx.xxx i always get an error from ns2.example.nl I use the setupresolvconf and that says : Your resolvers have been...
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    modification to resolv.conf

    Hello, My server is old and everything is working fine, just some customer complaint they are not able to send email to one company and they are also not receiving their emails. When i traced it was showing host did not lookup. I searched and somewhere written add entries in /etc/resolv.conf...
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    SOLVED Resolver Configuration Keeps Resetting

    Hello my Resolver Config keeps resetting to nameserver 169.254.169.254 I have tried changing this in Networking Setup »Resolver Configuration and /etc/resolv.conf This server is with Google Cloud that I have only just setup a few days ago, also what might be related is that my server name is...