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Cpanel Centos 3.4 - 2 bugs - 1 important

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by abrender, Jun 17, 2005.

  1. abrender

    abrender Active Member

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    Hello,



    The first issue is non critical, but no matter what time zone we place the server in, the country defaults to Africa

    Secondly, a MAJOR issue is, after someone parks a domain, or after we edit a zone in WHM, bind does NOT reload the zone via rndc... even though the command says it ran, the dns reocrds are NOT updated until we manually run "/usr/sbin/rndc reload ZONE" from the command line - we've run /scripts/fixndc many times with no luck

    It appears as though cpanel simply isn't calling rndc to reload even though it claims to be... we tested it by going into WHM and incrementing the serial # of a zone and then doing an nslookup (with server set to the cpanels ip address) and saw that the SOA serial # does not update until we run /usr/sbin/rndc reload ZONE manually from the command line.

    WHM 10.1.0 cPanel 10.2.0-R82
    CentOS 3.4 i686 - WHM X v3.1.0

    Thanks!
     
  2. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    If you can repeat the problems then you should log a support ticket with cPanel directly if you get your license from them, or through your license provider, to have cPanel investigate for you.
     
  3. Sinewy

    Sinewy Well-Known Member

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    Your first issue is not really an issue.

    Depending on the way the server reads the timezone files directory, that's how it is listed. What's showing first in the menu doesn't necessarily mean what the actual timezone is.
     
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