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All I see is "Error from park wrapper: xyzmydomain.com is owned by another user"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ksheerasagar17, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. ksheerasagar17

    ksheerasagar17 Registered

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    Hi,

    When I tried adding a second url/domain (example2.com) as "AddOn" on Example 1 web hosting, I'm getting error Error from park wrapper: xyzmydomain.com is owned by another user.

    Pre conditions:
    I own both the URL's.
    Both websites are hosted on CPanel.
    The example2.com web Url/domain nameservers are pointed to ns1.exatlinfo.info and ns2.exaltinfo.info.

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  2. JawadArshad

    JawadArshad Well-Known Member
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    Run the command below to find the account.

    /scripts/whoowns example2.com

    If this shows blank, then either there is a DNS zone for this site which can be removed by running '/scripts/killdns example2.com' or it has some partial entries in /var/cpanel/userdata/ or /var/cpanel/users/ folders which need to be forcefully removed.

     
  3. wayne_mu

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    You may also get the error if the username for both the accounts are same.
    When you are adding the addon domain, change it's username and check whether you can add the domain.


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  4. garrettp

    garrettp Well-Known Member
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    Additionally, I've also seen this when the domain was manually added to the server using the 'Add DNS Zone' feature, or was left on the server from a previous owner/user. You must first delete any corresponding DNS zone for the domain before you can park it.
     
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