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cPanel DNS Cluster issues (2 Master, 4 slaves)

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by Aaron Hatton, May 17, 2016.

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  1. Aaron Hatton

    Aaron Hatton Active Member

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    We are currently experiencing the following issue:

    - Website is hosted on host01.domain.com
    - Support Tech edits zone file on behalf of customer on host02.domain.com
    - New changes to the zone file propagates to all cluster servers but not back to host01.domain.com
    - Support Tech/customer edits zone file on host01.domain.com overwriting the changes made on host02.domain.com

    To make it clear our environment is as follows:

    host01.domain.com - DNS Clustering configured to: ns1.domain.com, ns2.domain.com, ns3.domain.com, ns4.domain.com

    host02.domain.com - DNS Clustering configured to: ns1.domain.com, ns2.domain.com, ns3.domain.com, ns4.domain.com

    There is NO dns clustering set up between the servers as suggested by cPanel support at time of setup

    Does anyone have any suggestions on a solution?
     
  2. diWhile1

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    It seems we have the same problem and we are cautious of cpanel warning:
    What you can understand this discussion cpanel reply (nov 2010) I'm confused:
    Multiple cPanel DNS-Only Servers

     
  3. cPanelMichael

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    Hello,

    It's advised to only edit the zone on the server where the domain name is hosted, as opposed to other servers in the cluster where the zone file is listed under the ""WHM >> Edit DNS Zone" feature. I believe a feature request related to what you are seeking is open at:

    Ownership and access control of zones in the dns server.

    Feel free to vote and add your feedback to this feature request.

    Thank you.
     
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