It can be confusing when you try to edit a DNS record and get a message like “The zone file for this domain is unavailable.” What you need to do is check the record’s IP address and ensure it points to the correct IP. If the IP address is correct, then it is perfectly fine. If it is not, then it can be a problem with the DNS settings.
You may need to change the corresponding nameservers in the domain’s DNS settings. Often, you need to change your DNS server settings for one or more domains. This is where a zone file comes in handy. It gives the DNS server the information it needs to resolve any requests that come through for your domain. Also, it lists the contents of the DNS cache. In the DNS world, zone files are an industry standard and are essential for domain record backup and zone migration. Once you’ve set the DNS servers for your domain, you can export the zone file to another provider.
Once you’ve created the primary server, you can add secondary servers by using the Grid Manager. After you add the primary server, you can specify which nameservers you want to use for the secondary servers. If your primary server is down, your secondary server should take over. A secondary server should be available and will automatically pick it up. If you’re using a Grid, you can specify a secondary server that will update the zone file.