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Dns Will Not Flush I have a question about the best way to completely clear cache in linux.
Installed wordpress in a subdir, set dns, waited some time, till the nameservers were set, pinged domain --pinged fine to new hosting provider. Logged into CP on new server, and noticed announcement that the domain had expir...
Server Dns Corrupt Cache How To Clear It Hi
Running Ubuntu 12.04 i386 server with Ubuntu-desktop installed (unity-2d).
When I ping my domain I do not get my external ip-address as I should. When others externally ping then they do.
I would like to know how to
Show all the modules options for this server. When It was installed there w...
Dns Caching My network is not very fast (6Mbps) and is pretty overloaded most of the time. It often takes ten or fifteen minutes to get a particular web page loaded. Not all the time, sometimes things run pretty well and it only takes a minute or two, but trying to connect with my bank in the U.S. in the early ...
Flushing The Dns hi all...
Im trying to flush the dns, after doing some reading online im entering:
sudo `/etc/init.d/nscd restart`
and the terminal responds:
bash: /etc/init.d/nscd: No such file or directory
what am i doing wrong?
thanks for the help, im using linx...
How To Flush Dns Without Root Privileges Is it possible to flush the DNS without root privileges? Would like users of a community desktop to do so occasionally. Currently I am using sudo /etc/init.d/nscd but I am not always there.
OR would it be possible to run this on boot without user interference?...
Command For Dns Flush In Linux Hi.
In Ubuntu if you want to flush the DNS cache I read that the nscd daemon needs to be restarted.
So this is required:
sudo aptitude install nscd
Flush DNS Cache in Ubuntu Using the following command
sudo /etc/init.d/nscd restart
Is this the best method for flushing the DNS c...
How To Flush Dns Cache In 16.04.1 how to flush DNS cache in 16.04.1
/etc/hosts is currently
# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
Flushing Dns Cache I have been advised to flush the DNS cache to solve a problem I am having with certain websites. To do this I was advised to see the web pagehttp://www.techiecorner.com/35/how-t...x-windows-mac/. The instructions there tell me:
To flush the DNS cache in Linux, restart the nscd daemon:-
- To rest...