On Thu, 12 Jul 2001, Rick Moen wrote:
> Be sure to disable nscd's caching of DNS in its configuration file: It
> turns out to be really poor at that
> (the most-irritating glitch being
> that it continues to propagate expired name information).
far more irritating is when you first lookup an address with glibc
(eg you run ftp), nscd fails to get the address and then caches it as
a negative hit.
so you can't connect to that host until the negative cache timeout is
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