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tklapp.com hostname not associating with IP on hub

For a month or so - perhaps two months, I've been running a LAMP stack on the hub with the audibleleft.tklapp.com. I had to restart -r now today for a silly reason, and now the hostname isn't associated with the IP address it's getting assigned (50.19.73.87), How do I proceed? If it's helpful, I was having this problem during the last two weeks on prototype servers - having to use the IPs rather than the tklapp.com hostnames I felt sure I was assigning. Need more info?

Well, I read

Tried the hopeful/helpful docs here (http://www.turnkeylinux.org/blog/hub-domains) and while I hoped very hard, it didn't resolve the issue. I'd have no problem, except Chamilo is one of those apps that wants to know it's hostname.

$ hubdns-update

updated audibleleft.tklapp.com. with 50.19.73.87

 

for example. restart, still no luck


Alon Swartz's picture

Sorry for the late reply

Is it possible you have more than one machine configured with audibleleft.tklapp.com? They might be fighting for the IP.

If not, then this is really bizarre. Could you try executing the following:

hubdns-info
hubdns-update
hubdns-info

BTW, I just checked and it seems audibleleft.tklapp.com is "released". Performing the update will re-associate it with your server.

reboot shell, site not found

http://jupiterjazz.tklapp.com/

it shows. I can;t use web remote shell. What can i do

The site you are looking for is currently not available.

What is TKLAPP.com? it's a free dynamic DNS (DynDNS) service provided by the TurnKey Hub. It includes a simple to use web interface as well as a powerful API.

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