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Cpanel update (CURRENT 10.4.0-C160) no longer shows zones

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by forlinuxsupport, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. forlinuxsupport

    forlinuxsupport Well-Known Member
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    Hi

    I have updated a few of my servers (trustix) to the latest CURRENT release of cpanel.
    WHM 10.3.1 cPanel 10.4.0-C160
    Trustix i686 - WHM X v3.1.0

    When you now click on "Edit a DNS Zone", there are no longer any DNS records listed. On the command line the ZONES are still present and the DNS in named is fine. They DNS is works perfectly.

    What I have found if that any new zones created are now put under /VAR/NAMED, all the old zones were created under /VAR/NAMED/MASTER

    If I move one of the old zones to /VAR/NAMED and changed named.conf to reflect this, it shows up in the interface fine.

    I cant believe they missed his in testing.
    I have submitted a bug http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/show_bug.cgi?id=2896

    Thanks very much
    Andy
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    *bump*

    any else experienced this ??
     
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    I'm experiencing this problem too since switching to 10.4.0-C160. :/
     
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    Are you running Trustix as your OS ??

    This is a seriuos problem. I cant believe more people arent experiencing it :(

    Anyone else ??
     
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    I'm seeing this problem on my RedHat 9 box. Interestigly, I've just upgraded to the same Cpanel release on my CentOS 4 box too but the problem doesn't occur there.

    Hrm :/
     
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    anyone else ??
     
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    Running /scripts/fixrndc -fv should resolve this issue. If not, then open a support ticket with us.
     
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    I too have this problem since updating on CentOs 3.5
    Even retro grading to stable or release doesnt fix it

    I have one site that lost its entire zone file and had a byte size of 0 suddenly as well, any ideas ??
     
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    What is the reason that zone files now seem to need to be in /etc/ rather than /var/named? :confused:
     
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    Didnt think they had to be, where did you get /etc/ from ?
     
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    Cpanelben's suggestion of running /scripts/fixrndc -fv fixed my problem, though it seemed to move all my zone files to /etc/
     
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    strange i ran the script and it didnt do that for me ?
    it didnt fix my issue either, still got zilch showing up in dns edit zones dialogue page !!!!
    damn infuriating
     
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    hey guys

    Thanks for responding.

    I have submitted a support request to Cpanel and as soon as they have sorted it out I will post the solution here. :)

    I also submitted a bug request.. It can be found here. http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/show_bug.cgi?id=2896
    Please post as much detail as you can in the forums, It will help them sort this out quickly.

    Cheers
    Andy
     
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    Zone files should be located in /var/named by default (/etc/namedb on FreeBSD). However, the default location can be overridden by altering the directory option in /etc/named.conf (/etc/namedb/named.conf on FreeBSD). After making such a change, you'll need to update the location of your pre-existing zone files by running /scripts/fixrndc -fv ("v" is for verbose output and is optional). If this is not working properly on your system, then please us know ASAP. I would prefer for you to open a support ticket to my attention referencing bug 2896: http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/show_bug.cgi?id=2896

    I've altered the update process to update the zone file location automatically upon upgrade to the latest builds. This should prevent this issue (zone files not listed) from occurring.
     
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    Hey

    looks like latest edge build fixes this. :p

    Might be a while before it gets through to CURRENT and RELEASE :eek:

    cheers
    Andy
     
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