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Parking - xxx.com is owned by another user.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Solokron, Jan 4, 2006.

  1. Solokron

    Solokron Well-Known Member

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    When parking a domain I am receiving thedomainname.com is owned by another user.

    The account was terminated. What file does the parking script refer to produce this error?
     
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    Solokron Well-Known Member

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    Looks like bind was simply taking its sweet time to drop the record. After 5 minutes adding the domain as a parked domain functioned correctly.
     
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    I am getting this same error everytime an addon domain or parked domain is removed and attempt is made to readd it. Any ideas on where this error is coming from?
     
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    I would suspect seeing dns record that still has not been dumped, entry in etc/localdomains or in httpd.conf.

    If the DNS server is local check /var/named/

    I do not know the script that performs the check though if that is what you are looking for.

     
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    I checked all of those and it is none of the above. Nothing in localdomains, userdomains, /var/named, or httpd.conf.

    This really has me baffled and is happening on more than one server. It only happens when an addon domain or parked domain is added and then removed. Then it cannot be added again and I can't find any reference to what would be causing this error.
     
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    Marty Well-Known Member

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    That is not the problem. I have a different error message altogether. I did check vdomainaliases earlier. That is not the issue.
     
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    cd /var/cpanel/users

    grep domain.com *

    It will show you something like :

    username: DNS=domain.com

    vi username


    and remove the line DNS=domain.com from it.
     
  9. Marty

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    Nope, that is not it either. The domain is not listed in any of the user files in the /var/cpanel/users. I checked there right away.

    This is really a mystery. I guess I am going to have to put in a ticket and see if I can get this resolved.

    Thank you all for your attempts.
     
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    /scripts/killdns domainnamehere.com

    should fix the problem.
     
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