@MackSix - we have a separate case open for the TTL on NS records under CPANEL-37558. You can follow along with that here:
Doh! I normally check the links to cases when you post them, and I totally missed that one. Thanks for pointing it out!That looks like it's related to the updated case I mentioned, CPANEL-37558. We're working on that one now!
I fixed this issue by manually changing the top of the zone file from this:Was this ever resolved? I get this error when trying to edit a zone file after updating to cPanel 96.0.8:
[2021-05-18 22:44:44 -0400] info [xml-api] API failure: Zone is invalid: Line 58: TTL set to prior TTL (3600) at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/ZoneFile/LineEdit.pm line 390.
[mass_edit_dns_zone] version .
No, that isn't what the fix will provide. Currently the interface is just having an issue reading TTLs in some circumstances, so the fix will allow that to work properly, but there's no reason that TTLs can't be different across different records.I trust the eventual fix for this will ensure that the TTL on all records of the same type are updated if the TTL is changed on a single record?
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