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Nameserver name is an addon domain - now I need to delete the parent account

Discussion in 'Bind/DNS/Nameserver' started by just-me, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. just-me

    just-me Registered

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    Hi All,

    My first post so please understand.

    Ok, I have a server I administer and I mistakenly selected my nameserver domain name as an existing add-on domain on one of the accounts on the server. It has been running fine in this configuration for nearly a year.

    But now I need to delete the parent account and my question is, can I do this and create a new account with the nameserver domain in it's own account without messing up the DNS on the whole server?

    I believe it should be ok as the DNS is IP dependent, however I was stupid enough to select an add-on domain as a nameserver name, so I better not trust my instinct on this.

    Please, someone who knows about this stuff, let me know how to deal with this.

    Cheers

    just-me
     
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    quietFinn Well-Known Member

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    Yes that should work just fine, if you make sure that the new DNS zone includes the same A records for the nameservers (and server's hostname).


    Of course there will be
     
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