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Unable to create a new domain/subdomain or migrate/rename an existing domain/subdomain: DNS record already exists

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    cit dev

    How to solve probleme if no ssh access?

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    Alisa Kasyanova

    @cit dev
    SSH is mandatory in this case because Plesk database cannot be accessed via GUI. Please contact your server provider in order to solve it.

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    cit dev

    Ok thanks!

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    Jan Ivar Gundersen

    Thanks !

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    Rinaldo Ramaker

    Thanks, we had a migration fail and could not be resolved until I ran the sql commands to clear the already existing records.

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    ArebaKhan (Edited )

    I had a similar problem with the relation of a virtual machine to the domain (https://fahadkhan.pk). I ended up on the computer I wanted to enter absolutely static. I set up and then restarted the static IP information and DNS information. I entered this domain and was successful after restarting.

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    Nicolas 1fopresta

    The solution does not work, tables dns_recs and dns_zone does not contain the domain

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