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  1. Hear hear!!! Fully agree with that Woktron. Well...

    Hear hear!!! Fully agree with that Woktron. Well spoken.
  2. Odd DMARC reject, how come? Also on auto forwarders

    I tested my SPF, DKIM and DMARC records on various testing sites and they look good
    I've looked it up and a notification of a script update of Softaculous is send to a customor of ours.

    What I...
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    Indeed very odd. Glad you found out the cause....

    Indeed very odd.
    Glad you found out the cause. Thanks for reporting back.
  4. Never needed it, because it's very easy to create...

    Never needed it, because it's very easy to create a subdomain as user and also use it like that subdomain.
    The subdirectory made for the subdomain IS the subdomains root directory so that's easy to...
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    Ah oke I didn't know that. I'm always feeling...

    Ah oke I didn't know that. I'm always feeling suspicous when seeing errors in logfiles.

    Thank you for the explanation and links Alex!
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    Fix the cause of the errors I thought. I don't...

    Fix the cause of the errors I thought.
    I don't want DA to be less verbose, but those are error logs correct? So they are errors. I thought errors needed fixing especially since this is not the first...
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    Hello Alex. Thank you. I did do a search...

    Hello Alex.

    Thank you. I did do a search before and found a couple of similar threads, but no solution to it. I thought a while ago there were not that many entry's.
    I did miss the last post you...
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    You're welcome. As far as I know that...

    You're welcome.


    As far as I know that mysql_upgrade command is the last command to do after you upgraded via Custombuild, if not done automatically. It's safer to do like you did now via de...
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    You're welcome. DNS seems fixed now too except...

    You're welcome. DNS seems fixed now too except this.

    If this is your host or uplink, tell them to fix it:

    it's not really an issue, but it's not according to RFC's.
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    It seems you manage to fix it? I was able to...

    It seems you manage to fix it?
    I was able to "telnet 185.42.222.172 53" so it's open now.

    Both nameservers are working and rDNS is also correct.
    Any issues left?
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    Also using correct letsencrypt hostname...

    Also using correct letsencrypt hostname certificate.

    Anybody a clue on how to fix this?
  12. It always does that, also on Centos, you can...

    It always does that, also on Centos, you can ignore that line. Might even be run automatically afterwards, I'm not sure, but it's no issue.
  13. Please, post in the correct thread, we do not...

    Please, post in the correct thread, we do not like doubleposting here.
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    If you run your server at home, yes for sure it...

    If you run your server at home, yes for sure it does. All incoming mail traffic to the server is coming in via port 25.

    But for users to send mail it's no problem, they can use port 587 or 465....
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    That's the correct place if you already added...

    That's the correct place if you already added them there.

    What firewall are your running? Is it maybe only serving the main ip some way?

    Try telnetting like this from your server:

    telnet...
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    You should be fine normally. Mostly when...

    You should be fine normally. Mostly when backupping on the old and restoring at the new server it will work fine if it works fine now too.
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    You're welcome. Glad to be of help.

    You're welcome. Glad to be of help.
  18. @Alex: Ah, I already thought I was going crazy...

    @Alex:
    Ah, I already thought I was going crazy because it was installed on a VPS I did last month also. So FreeBSD is excluded, I will change my post to prevent confusion when people find it via...
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    Looks like you got a Direct admin ip block since...

    Looks like you got a Direct admin ip block since root access still works.
    Check this:
    /usr/local/directadmin/data/admin/ip_blacklist

    It might be your ip is in there, you can also whitelist your...
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    Neither. I've had some troubles converting from...

    Neither.
    I've had some troubles converting from mysql 5.7 to mariadb. This should not happen anymore but it's totally not needed to convert if you're switching servers.

    Firstly, decide what you...
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    Can't connect to ssl! errors in logfile

    I'm having loads of ssl errors on all servers in the Directadmin error.log file.

    Showing all these lines:

    2019:10:06-17:02:16: Can't connect to ssl!
    2019:10:06-17:02:16: -> A failure in the...
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    Check if that ip is running on your server (seems...

    Check if that ip is running on your server (seems ok)
    Be sure there is an A record and NS record for that nameserver on your server (seems no ok).
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    In the base (short) you have to create a database...

    In the base (short) you have to create a database dump of your databases.
    After that, stop the database daemon.
    After that, remove the mariadb (like rm -rf /var/lib/mysql), change options.conf to...
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    Only @Smtalk can answer that I guess. I presume...

    Only @Smtalk can answer that I guess. I presume there is a good reason for changing the way this works, maybe the old way will be deprecated in the future or it's done to prevent running in to limits...
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    @Ditto: Thank you, good tip! This explains some...

    @Ditto: Thank you, good tip! This explains some timeouts I was having on other domains. I didn't care because they worked a day later. But it's always good to have a place to check things.

    @glio:...
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