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accepted How does one clear dig's DNS cache on Ubuntu?
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comment How does one clear dig's DNS cache on Ubuntu?
It seems that it was indeed the server. I switched my DNS servers in /etc/resolv.conf to some with shorter cache lifetimes and now I get more up-to-date results. Thanks for your help. Upvote and accepted answer for you.
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comment How does one clear dig's DNS cache on Ubuntu?
If that's true, shouldn't a traced dig still give me the results cached on my DNS server?
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response to a reply, and unable to put code block in comment
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comment How does one clear dig's DNS cache on Ubuntu?
Edit: I put the results in original question, since I can't do code blocks in comments.
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comment How does one clear dig's DNS cache on Ubuntu?
If I use +trace, it skips the cache and gives me up-to-date results, so that doesn't help me figure out where the cache is. It does reinforce my knowledge of a cache though, since I can immediately try the request again without +trace and still get the old results. I've checked my running processes and checked whether every caching daemon I know of is installed and I'm not finding anything.
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