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How do i flush the DNS of a CentosOS server via command line?
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rndc flush
If you have the named service running
/etc/init.d/nscd restart
Nscd is a caching service

If the named service is not local, and nscd is not helping, flushing the name server on which you rely /etc/resolv.conf. It has to be flushed.
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