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Thread: Can't delete a TXT record from DNS Management

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    Can't delete a TXT record from DNS Management

    Because Let's Encrypt wild card auto renew function is never work for me, and I need to add txt record to finish my wild card verification to get a new ssl cert.

    I have delete try to delete a tet record form DNS Management many times, and I was add a txt :
    "_acme-challenge.domain.net" 1 TXT "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"

    however after I add this record, I can't delete this from "DNS Management"

    Please help me and tell me how can I delete it?

    P.S:I have root account

    Many Thanks
    Last edited by glio; 05-18-2019 at 03:45 AM.

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    Anyone help?
    Thanks

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    What’s the error you get when trying to remove?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smtalk View Post
    What’s the error you get when trying to remove?
    Thank you for you help, but I got no error with remove, it just like click and reload that page, but I was test it to add another txt and remove, after I click delete that new txt was remove, just can't delete the formart with"" like:
    "_acme-challenge.domain.net" 1 TXT "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
    Snap2.jpg

    I think that is a format's bug, and this format was wrong, but I can't delete it

    I seem system was added this kind of format and that was work:
    _acme-challenge.domain.net. 1 TXT "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"

    https://forum.directadmin.com/attach...2&d=1558342863

    Thanks
    Last edited by glio; 05-20-2019 at 02:05 AM.

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    You might try to remove the records from /var/named/domain.com.db file directly if you need a quick fix.

    p.s. there is no need to hide right-value of a TXT record, it's public in DNS already. And even if you publish it here, it is almost to impossible to find out your domain name by this record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zEitEr View Post
    You might try to remove the records from /var/named/domain.com.db file directly if you need a quick fix.

    p.s. there is no need to hide right-value of a TXT record, it's public in DNS already. And even if you publish it here, it is almost to impossible to find out your domain name by this record.
    Thanks, I was try it, but I will got Error: Could not write domain's db file in /var/named after I changed.

    Thanks again

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    Did you try it as root? What do you see with

    Code:
    df -h
    ?
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    Thank you so much, Its work now.
    Last edited by glio; 05-21-2019 at 02:31 AM.

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