? what populates /etc/localdomains ?

feanor

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I thought I knew this....
Anyone off the top of their head recall what builds /etc/localdomains repeatedly on a cpanel box.

What engine / process / cron / script ?
All of the above?
Thanks for the help, anyone!
 

jumpdomain

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I think CPanel does it only when you create a new account or add a parked domain... I don\'t see any other process or script to do it like there is for /etc/userdomains
 

snowgod

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/scripts/mailperm will rebuild it in a pinch, but Nick swears cpanel doesn't run that under normal circumstances.
 

Site5-Matt

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Anything that adds or removes domains from the server will modify localdomains. So, wwwacct, killacct, the subdomain routines in Cpanel, etc.

Matt
 

joana

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[quote:54fd194ee8][i:54fd194ee8]Originally posted by feanor[/i:54fd194ee8]


I thought I knew this....
Anyone off the top of their head recall what builds /etc/localdomains repeatedly on a cpanel box.

What engine / process / cron / script ?
All of the above?
Thanks for the help, anyone![/quote:54fd194ee8]

scripts/mailperm will rebuild this file
Even though some domains might be out due to external mail service (External MX), running mailperm will re-add all domains..