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Once again, I’m having trouble with my GoDaddy name-servers. Yesterday, for most of the day, my website was offline. Both of my domain names went offline. I tried to correct the name-server error. I set the name-servers to default, but that did not fix the problem;Instead , it looked like it made things worse. After the change, my website only brought up the directory structure of my website.

Eventually, I called GoDaddy for help. After explaining the problems to the technician, the GoDaddy people discovered the problem, once again it was caused by a misbehaving plugin. They corrected the problem, and my website worked fine from that point on. The site looks good today.

They informed me that GoDaddy knew of the name-server problem and are working on fixing it. The name-server error has been going on for over three weeks. I’ll be glad when it is resolved.

Mostly, the name-server error has been fixed. It happened again last week. I fixed the name-server error. I started documenting the changes to the name-server.

My website went offline again today. It was down for about an hour. The domain server names changed from ns49.domaincontrol.com and ns50.domaincontrol.com to ns27.domaincontrol.com and ns28.domaincontrol.com.

They have illuminated many of the server problems I have encountered over the last few months. By hosting site GoDaddy.com.


Scott

Hello. I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. I lived for a few months in Southern California. I now live in Saint George, Utah. For more information about me, click on My History or About Me in the menu.

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