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    Hello,

    We had a reseller whos account we closed down a few weeks ago and we removed all their SiteWorx accounts. Some of these were on dedicated IP's. We naturally thought that removing the IP's would mark them as unused in the IP Management page of Nodeworx. We now have a requirement to use one of those IP's and cant as in the IP Management page it says [1 domains] and when clicking on it, to see which domains, all we get is: bogus_host_without_reverse_dns

    Can someone shed some light on how to clear these. I have tried changing from dedicated -> shared -> dedicated but to no avail.

    Where does it pick the 1 domains info up from? Apache? Are the config files still causing issue, I wonder?

    Any help, greatly received.

    Cheers :D
    Ledger Technologies Group Ltd - UK based dynamic group of companies that utilises existing and emerging technologies to provide data solutions for clients globally.
    EverythingWeb.Net Ltd - UK Based Website Hosting, Design & Maintenance.

    The views expressed in the above messsage are purely my own and are in no way official or representative of the companies I represent.

  • #2
    Did you check the DNS Zones for the domains you deleted? If the zones still exist on the DNS Server > Zones page maybe that's what's causing it.
    Greg Swaney
    gswaney@nexcess.net
    NEXCESS.NET Internet Solutions
    http://nexcess.net

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    • #3
      LOL! Now I need to remember what domains where on those IP's... ;)

      Let me have a look. :)
      Ledger Technologies Group Ltd - UK based dynamic group of companies that utilises existing and emerging technologies to provide data solutions for clients globally.
      EverythingWeb.Net Ltd - UK Based Website Hosting, Design & Maintenance.

      The views expressed in the above messsage are purely my own and are in no way official or representative of the companies I represent.

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      • #4
        No domains in the DNS using those IP's. Checked also with the internal DNS Database and it doesn't exist as a target.

        Only thing that *may* have an impact - we run iworx clustered DNS between two servers. Could the server that the issue is on, have issued the DNS Records to the listener, which also updates back to server A, and caused conflict?

        I wouldn't have thought so. Also, do you know where the IP usage stats are taken from? Cheers :)
        Ledger Technologies Group Ltd - UK based dynamic group of companies that utilises existing and emerging technologies to provide data solutions for clients globally.
        EverythingWeb.Net Ltd - UK Based Website Hosting, Design & Maintenance.

        The views expressed in the above messsage are purely my own and are in no way official or representative of the companies I represent.

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        • #5
          IP usage on the IP management page is determined from the output of:

          httpd -t -D DUMP_VHOSTS

          on the command line.

          Socheat
          Socheat Sou
          InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com
          InterWorx Control Panel

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          • #6
            :o:o

            We have a 'default' 0000.conf file setup to pick up ip connections on shared IP's. seems like one of our tech guys put it in for this dedicated IP.

            Sorry for wasting time guys - thanks Socheat as your command helped debug the problem :)
            Ledger Technologies Group Ltd - UK based dynamic group of companies that utilises existing and emerging technologies to provide data solutions for clients globally.
            EverythingWeb.Net Ltd - UK Based Website Hosting, Design & Maintenance.

            The views expressed in the above messsage are purely my own and are in no way official or representative of the companies I represent.

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