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ndc: get key definition: not found

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by danok, Jan 4, 2002.

  1. danok

    danok Member

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    When I try to edit a DNS zone and press the save button, the following message appears:

    ndc: get key definition: not found

    What\'s this mean and how do I fix it from appearing?

    Thanks.
     
  2. jumpdomain

    jumpdomain Well-Known Member

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    http://support.cpanel.net/new/viewthread.php?tid=1046
     
  3. danok

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    Thanks for the link!

    Quick question: how do I open those files at the command line so that I can check them and edit them? Is there a certain command?
     
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    you should be a root to do that:

    SSH to your server

    #su root
    \"enter the password\"

    to edit the file:
    #pico /path/to/file.name

    to read the file:
    #cat /path/to/file.name
     
  5. AlaskanWolf

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    i copied the key into the named.conf and still get the same error

    ndc: get key definition: not found

    anything else that needs to be done?

    ran that /scripts file too
     
  6. jumpdomain

    jumpdomain Well-Known Member

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    Even though you copied the key into the named.conf file, you still have to make sure the name of the key itself is the same in the other files I mentioned in the link.
     
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