hostserve

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Good afternoon All...

what does this error message mean?



Parked Domain Additions

Error from park wrapper: [DomainName] is owned by another user.
 

hostserve

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hmmm.. ok... I went to /var/cpanel/users/ but there are 911 hosting accounts on the server... is there any way to search the user files without having to open every one manually?
 

mickalo

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hmmm.. ok... I went to /var/cpanel/users/ but there are 911 hosting accounts on the server... is there any way to search the user files without having to open every one manually?
at the shell prompt:
grep "your_search_string" /var/cpanel/users/*
replace the "your_search_string" with the string you want to search on.

Mickalo
 

hostserve

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Thanks mickalo, I'm a Windows user learning Linux on the fly... I'm starting to like Linux a lot better and think I understand why people love it a lot more that Windows... but I'm still learning how to do what I want to... somedays I think i need to use the linux gui.... but that defeats the purpose.. LOL



anyways... back to the real question... I checked, and there is no reference to the DOMAIN Name any where else... so why am I getting this error?

Error from park wrapper: [DomainName] is owned by another user.
 

hostserve

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Assuming that there is only one httpd.conf

/usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf yes, I did a search for the domain name in question and it was not found.

This domain name was working on the clients site, but then it died so the client removed it and tried to "re-add" it to see if that solved the problem and it just stopped working.

I removed the entries for the domain name from the domain.db file as they were listed there.
 

tukaramg

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Error from park wrapper

edit cpanel.config

vi /var/cpanel/cpanel.config

autocreateaentries=0

save the file and try to add an park domain


issue will get resolved.

Regards,
Tuks
support Dept.
etechsupport.net
 

mikidouglas

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Error from park wrapper PARKED DOMAIN ERROR

ERROR: Unable to REMOVE of park a domain

1) error messages : domain owned by another user .. etc..

solutions:
check /var/cpanel/user/* for the domain name.
Remove the entries for the domain name.
Remove from /etc/localdomains

remove the domain name
remove the dns zone file for the domain.
named restart
/scripts/updateuserdomains

Repark the domain

2) Error: same error as above + domain not seen on cpanel.

ERROR!!!: After correcting the above error the domain was not listing in cpanel parked domain section.

Solution

Redo the above procedure
Check for domain name entries in httpd.conf
IF not found add this entry to conf in b/w virtual host entries of the main domain.

SeverAlias parkeddomain.com www.parkeddomain.com

Restart Apache

And refresh parked domain section...