I'm having problems trying to define a CNAME from blog.mydomain.com to domains.tumblr. I'm using directadmin DNS Administration.
I've added a sub-domain named blog.mydomain.com and then in DNS Administration have defined the following: Name: "blog.mydomain.com" Value: "domains.tumblr.com."
When I try to add a dot at the end of the field, I'm an error:
Unable to save dns zone: named-zonecheck returned: loading "blog.mydomain.com" from "/var/named/blog.mydomain.com.db.temp" class "IN" dns_master_load: /var/named/blog.mydomain.com.db.temp:32: blog.mydomain.com: CNAME and other data zone blog.mydomain.com/IN: loading master file /var/named/blog.mydomain.com.db.temp: CNAME and other data
If I understood correctly, without the dot at the end might make my CNAME be directed to a wrong relative URL, unless this is something directadmin resolves on his own.
Is that my problem? If so, what does this error mean? (and I can I resolve it)