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NameServer Issue

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by Solokron, Aug 28, 2004.

  1. Solokron

    Solokron Well-Known Member

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    I have two nameservers, each a seperate server. I moved the accounts on the secondary onto another server and placed an order to upgrade the server to Redhat Enterprise + cpanel.

    The server is down and constantly crashing since the image.

    That is not the main problem at the moment though. Users on other servers are not reaching their websites. ns1 is up and running perfectly fine.

    HELP!
     
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    It appears if I remove the record and then add it again it works properly.
     
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    Cleaning DNS does not appear to repair these. Is there a faster way I can repair these records?
     
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    It appears that the /var/named/*.db files are there for the problem domains but they do not appear in /etc/named.conf.

    Is there any way to add them in? I have tried /scripts/fixndc to no avail.
     
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    What about /scripts/fixnamed?
     
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    Damn.

    I'll try that next time. I ended up exporting the domain listings into a text file. Importing it into excel, removing the domain names and placing them into a text file, running an nslookup against them, finding the ones that did not resolve properly into a new file, loaded into excel, duplicated the column, saved into a text file, did global replacements to fit the form of named.conf and imported the changes.
     
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