My servers are all ip4, and all DNS is handled outside of virtualmin.
On vhosts that are using cloudflare, cloudflare runs as a proxy to the server and the DNS for the the virtual server actually resolves to cloudflare and their ipv6 address.
Because my servers are ip4 (no ipv6 configured), the server validation check gives semi-false warnings that an ip6 address was detected in DNS causing the validation to error. I.E. technically my server is not configured for ip6, so that part of the error is true. But it's not really an error since the dns is not managed by virtualmin in the first place.
The only option I can find is to disable the entire Apache config validation, which is not ideal. But receiving validation check failed alerts for the ip6 warning I don't care about fills up the alerts to the point it's hard to notice when a real problem happens.
Is there a way to configure the validation checks to skip/ignore ip6 DNS resolution checks? Or just skip all DNS resolution checks without disabling the Apache config check?
Apache website : An IPv6 DNS record with address 2400:0000:0000:1::0000:0000 exists, but this virtual server does not have IPv6 enabled