We have noticed when you deleted a website in solidcp latest version that it will automatically delete the domain also.
I am using SolidCP 1.1.1 in my test environment and I was unable to replicate this. I deleted a website but it did not delete a domain.
Is that a fresh install you are using it sounds like? We are running v1.1.1 and this was a manual upgrade from WSP v126.96.36.1994. We had just added a new server/virtual server and thought it was related to that new server. But we just tested this with an existing server and when deleting a website the domain is also being deleted.
Now I did create the new domain and website, then deleted it and that is deleting the domain. I ran another test and tried to delete a website that had been there prior to migration and the domain stays. So I ran a 3rd option, created domain/website added a mail account. then deleted the website only then once I created a mail account does the domain not get deleted.
I can verify it removes the domain, but for me it only does this for Aliases.
For Actual domains (with records) it leaves intact in my development area (aswell as live).
Can you confirm this is your case aswell?
it deletes the entire domain name, so no dns zone in solidcp
Well i can’t replicate that unless the domain is an alias.
For full domain names with dns (and dns records) it just deletes the site for me (on both live and updated WSP environment that exists since the first WebsitePanel beta).
what dns server are you using? We are using simpleDNS not sure if this is related to the other bugs regarding simpleDNS IE: instant alias and switch ip
I’m using MS DNS,
Instant alias i can confirm is broken, it’s currently being checked out by Scott to be fixed.
this issue and IP switch we however can’t reproduce on our dev and live
It could be simpledns but it would be odd, as basically the deletion script doesn’t specify providers to be used, and doesn’t have anything there to delete a domain on a site deletion which makes your issue weird.
this has been resolved in the latest builds! – this issue was related to the domain pointers fix.