DNS not actually updating if tampered in database

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by jboud, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. jboud

    jboud Member

    I made a migration recently and used your awesome tool for it. Everything went as planned, I just decided to update the IPs in the DNS tables of the database with search and replace through phpmyadmin.
    I discovered it's not actually updating as a service that data and when I got a few calls about not resolving websites I did some research.

    It appears although the data is there, it's not propagating or starting to propagate unless selected to view. I mean that if a website has been changed manually through mysql database for the resolving IPs, they don't actually start working. But when I go to view the 2nd tab of the zone, then a (Red Circle 1) appears on the top of the Control Panel, meaning that I made a change and it's been processed, although I didn't save any data. After a while everything about that zone works like it should.

    My question is, is there a way to force or to convince ISPConfig to run an update for all the remaining zones?
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Use the resync tool in ISPConfig. See Tools > resync
    jboud likes this.
  3. jboud

    jboud Member

    oh... ouch...634 updates ongoing....
    thx till :D

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