cached lookups

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by AtNewz, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. AtNewz

    AtNewz Guest

    I just noticed there was a folder at the root of my dns called cached
    lookups. I dont recall ever seeing it before.
    Is this a common folder?

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    AtNewz, Nov 4, 2008
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    oz.ozugurlu Guest

    Check this out , it might not be a bad idea to purchase the book below (-:

    http://safari.oreilly.com/059610202X/activedckbk2-CHP-14-SECT-13

    You want to clear the DNS cache. The DNS cache contains resource records
    that are cached by the server or workstation for a period of time in memory
    so that repeated requests for the same record can be returned immediately.
    There are two types of DNS cache. One pertains to the cache on the Windows
    DNS client resolver (this can refer to both server and workstation operating
    systems when they are requesting DNS information from a server), and the
    other refers to the cache used by the Microsoft DNS server software.





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    oz.ozugurlu, Nov 4, 2008
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