Xx.cloudns.ch was not able to add to cloudflare as publicsuffix updated

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What is the domain name?
xx.cloudns.be, xx.cloudns.ch

Have you searched for an answer?
yes

Please share your search results url:

When you tested your domain, what were the results?
The domain could not be added yet

Describe the issue you are having:
xx.cloudns.ch can not be add to cloudflare.

What error message or number are you receiving?

Please ensure you are providing the root domain and not any subdomains (e.g., example.com, not subdomain.example.com)

What steps have you taken to resolve the issue?
Try to search some information, and check the publicsuffix.org

Was the site working with SSL prior to adding it to Cloudflare?
Not related

What are the steps to reproduce the error:
Add domain xx.cloudns.be to cloudflare

Have you tried from another browser and/or incognito mode?
Not related


As the old post mentioned

This list controls what is considered a root domain or not: https://publicsuffix.org/

The cloudns domain owner has update the publicsuffix database. (see this line)

// Cloud DNS Ltd : http://www.cloudns.net
// Submitted by Aleksander Hristov <[email protected]> & Boyan Peychev <[email protected]>
cloudns.asia
cloudns.be
cloudns.biz
cloudns.cc
cloudns.ch
cloudns.cl
cloudns.club
dnsabr.com
cloudns.cx
cloudns.eu
cloudns.in
cloudns.info
dns-cloud.net
dns-dynamic.net
cloudns.nz
cloudns.org
cloudns.ph
cloudns.pro
cloudns.pw
cloudns.us

The domain xx.cloudns.be, xx.cloudns.ch has been submitted as public suffix. But I still can’t add these domain to Cloudflare at present.

I guess that maybe Cloudflare periodically syncs the database’s domain name to an available list inside Cloudflare, or is it a manually triggered sync?

Please add these domain the available managed domain list or please tell me when will the database sync, Thank you!

Best Wishes

That referenced commit is less than 48 hours old.

I think the key here is patience.

This way is very common, and would be the one I would suggest you to count on.

I don’t see a such interval has been shared before, nor do I think it is available.

Considering the kind of data we’re talking about, I would personally suggest to give it a bare minimum of 30 days, before expecting anything.

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Changes to the PSL may take time to percolate to clients, particularly those listed on the website.

And as mentioned many times on that page and elsewhere, the PSL is not designed to workaround the Cloudflare domain limit anyway :slight_smile:
So now it is included, be patient and it will be updated at some point.

Has it been solved?

I think you should see it as the question has been solved, in regards to the point, that patience is the key here.

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