One added "benefit" of using forwarders: you can not flush the cache
when needed.

Mark Andrews wrote:
>> On Jul 6, 2008, at 7:47 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
>>
>>
>>>> I am having an issue and hopefully this is a reasonable place to
>>>> ask it.
>>>>
>>>> bind is 9.3.2
>>>>
>>>> I have set up some new services for a customer on one of my servers.
>>>> They maintain their own dns elsewhere so I am not providing dns for
>>>> this domain. I gave them the IP address for their new service I host
>>>> and they added it to their dns for the domain. The new record was
>>>> for t.medialytics.com . However, I cannot access it since my own
>>>> name servers return bogus information. I am not sure at all why.
>>>>
>>> You have cached data for the nameservers for medialytics.com.
>>> The delgation information is cached for 48 hours unless
>>> overridden by zone content. Flush your cache or wait 82115
>>> seconds for the records to timeout from your cache.
>>>

>> Hi, Thanks.
>>
>> Ok, how does one flush the cache?
>>
>> I did multiple
>>
>> % rndc flush
>> % rndc flushname medialytics.com
>>
>> commands. I also killed the daemon and restarted it. In past
>> caching issues the above have "fixed" bad caches.
>>
>> thanks!
>>
>> Chad
>>

>
> Your forwarder also has a cache. It also needs to be flushed.
>
>
>>> Mark
>>>
>>>

>>
>>>> ---
>>>>

>> Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
>> Your Web App and Email hosting provider
>> chad at shire.net
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>


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