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Error from park wrapper: domain is already configured.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gardar, May 24, 2007.

  1. gardar

    gardar Member

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    I just registered a .is domain, the domain registrar needed my server to have the domain configured on my server before I could register it, cPanel didn't allow me to park or add the domain as it didn't have my nameservers, so I logged into whm and added a dns zone. Afer I added the dns zone I was able to register the domain... but of course the domain just pointed to thw root of my server but not where I would like to park it. So I deleted the dns zone but now I can't park the domain. I get this error message when I try to park the domain:
    Does anyone know what I can do to fix this problem?
    Do I need to remove something else than the dns zone?

    Thanks :)
     
  2. WebScHoLaR

    WebScHoLaR Well-Known Member

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    If you have already deleted the DNS zone file then make sure that the domain's entry is not present in httpd.conf file. Also to be on the safe hand, verify that the DNS zone file is properly deleted i.e entry has been removed from /etc/named.conf and DNS zone file has been removed from /var/named directory.
     
  3. gardar

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    I didn't have to delete the dns zone file manually, it seems to have gotten removed when I deleted the dns zone in whm.
    I can't find the domain in httpd.conf and I can't find it in /etc/named.conf :confused:

    What can I do now?
     
  4. MN-Robert

    MN-Robert Well-Known Member

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    Remove it from /var/cpanel/users/username
     
  5. gardar

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    It ain't there :confused:
     
  6. MN-Robert

    MN-Robert Well-Known Member

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    It's either

    A - Listed in named.conf or has a record in /var/named
    B - Listed in httpd.conf
    C - Listed in /var/cpanel/users/username

    if its not then submit a ticket to cpanel
     
  7. gardar

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    I just added a ticket and got fast and good help... everything fixed now :)
     
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    Worked for me on a cluster:

    Check all of the above, be careful when editing sensitive files. It's good for newbs to have a peek under the hood.

    Check /var/cpanel/users/username for XDNS=domain.com

    Do DNS cleanup via WHM, caveat skeletor.

    WHM to park the domain instead of the user account or reseller account.

    User account: unpark, repark
     
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