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Named cleanup

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xavierkca, May 10, 2007.

  1. xavierkca

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    /var/named and /etc/named.conf has a ton of accounts that no longer exist on my server. Some may have been part of an old cluster, but this is no longer active. Is there an automated way to have CPanel resync the files and remove all of the deleted accounts?


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    Any ideas?


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    Thank you, but that didn't help. I did more searching and found that the same issue applied to


    /etc/vdomainaliases
    /var/named
    /var/cpanel/bandwidth
    /etc/vmail
    /usr/local/apache/conf/sites/
    /usr/local/frontpage/


    I am sure it exists in more places, but this was a quick search. This doesn't seem to be restricted to just named. It also appears many, if not all, were transfered off using the bulk cpanel to cpanel transfer.

    Thank you for any additional help.


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    Basically I need Cpanel to resync the files with what "should" be there.


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    anyone?


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