Posted by: Mangesh_Linux_Administrator | November 25, 2010

Addon domain addition error (Error from park wrapper: domain.com is owned by another user)


Addon Domain Additions
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Error from park wrapper: domain.com is owned by another user.

ok we have all seen this error before. What is baffling me is I have cleared out all the usual suspects and still receive the error. I have removed any domain entries in all of the following:

nano /var/cpanel/users/elinkdir
/scripts/updateuserdomains
cd /var/named/              domain.db
nano /etc/named.conf
nano /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
nano /etc/localdomains
nano /etc/userdomains
nano /etc/trueuserdomains
nano /etc/trueuserowners
cd /etc/valiases/            domain.com
cd /etc/vdomainaliases/         domain.com
cd /etc/vfilters/               domain.com

thefreebiesite.org
ls -la | grep thefreebiesite.org
cp /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf httpd.conf-backup17-9

I also even did the following:
enable the option from whm >> tweak settings
Allow Creation of Parked/Addon Domains that are not registered
and
edit cpanel.config
vi /var/cpanel/cpanel.config
autocreateaentries=0
save the file and try to add an park domain domain-to-addon.com.

I have confirmed the dns zone has been removed and has been gone for over 4 hours so it is not lingering anywhere. cPanel, bind, apache all have been restarted. Anyone have a clue?
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IF YOU ARE STILL GETTING ERROR ” Error from park wrapper: domain.com is owned by another user. ”
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1] rm -Rf /home/username/etc/domain.com/

2]Try renaming this file:
/usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf.datastore

To something like:
/usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf.datastore.old

Anything you prefer, the intention is to basically disable it.

There is a possibility cache might be causing the problem.

If you still run into problems, please feel free to open a support ticket.
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Error from domain wrapper: my.domain.tld is owned by another user.

Cause :

This  happens if cPanel did not remove the entries correctly when you deleted the sub-domain.

Fix :

Check and remove the entries for the sub-domain from the following locations :

1. Remove any entries pertaining to the sub-domain in /var/cpanel/userdata and /var/cpanel/users

Note : Do run /scripts/updateuserdomains because you are editing the file manually.

2. Remove the sub-domain entries from /var/named/domain.tld.db

3. Remove the VirtualHost entry for the sub-domain in /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf

4. Remove any entry for the sub-domain in /etc/named.conf

Once these are removed, you should be able to add the sub-domain through the control panel.

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