No an Issue? Re: [CentOS] Reloading /etc/hosts
rgm at htt-consult.com
Mon Aug 4 13:53:01 UTC 2008
Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> I am doing some testing and am having to make many changes to /etc/hosts
> Is there a way to reload the /etc/hosts file without doing a service
> network restart?
I 'forgot' to restart network after a change and did a ping6 and it worked.
Ergo, I think my information is wrong and the /etc/hosts file content is
not cached somewhere in the client resolver code, but read fresh each
time? I am, it worked. I created a fqdn that has no connection to
anything possible in DNS, and ping6 worked....
> I hope that in a while I can run BIND with a bunch of faked-out zone
> files (did this once to crack a Vonage PAP2). But for right now, I
> cannot introduce BIND to the equation....
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