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Hello, i changed PTR record for an IP address, Service like intodns.com shows new record ok, but in linux command line i did " dig +x myserverip " before PTR ...
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- 09-18-2013 #1
How to clear DNS cache so dig shows real results?
i changed PTR record for an IP address,
Service like intodns.com shows new record ok, but in linux command line i did "dig +x myserverip" before PTR change.
Now it still shows old PTR results, so it must be cached somewhere. I have Centos 5.x, and tried command service nscd restart; nscd -i hosts
but dig still shows old result
when i do command "dig -x myserverip +trace" ... it shows updated result (new ptr)
where it is cached and how to delete it most simply on centos?
- 09-22-2013 #2
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Did you restart the DNS service? If you didn't, then changes to the DNS configuration will not be seen.Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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