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How to manually flush a DNS entry from cache in ONTAP 9 and Clustered Data ONTAP 8

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Clustered Data ONTAP 8

Description

  • DNS lookups performed via the ONTAP CLI sometimes differ from those present in the configured DNS servers for a given SVM. 
  • There may be an outdated entry in the cache, either because the old record's life time hasn't expired, or 
  • DNS is not being reached out to. This may be brought about by having a manual configuration in place, in which case DNS will not be queried.

To view the current cache run:

Cluster ::*> vserver services name-service cache hosts forward-lookup show

 

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