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New Public IP address in Plesk is not updated on DNS zones on slave DNS server(s)

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    Myhost (Edited )
    for i in $(cat /pleskdomains.txt); do plesk bin dns --off $i; plesk bin dns --on $i; done

     

    This didnt work for me, after removing the /var/named/$i and updating /var/named/3bf305731dd26307.nzf

    I had to

    systemctl restart named 

    on each of the slave DNS servers for them to pick up the new DNS settings

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    Leonid Gukhman

    @Myhost

    Thank you for the information! I have added the corresponding step to the article.

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