How to flush the DNS cache on Linux

Is the networking on your Linux workstation or server having issues? Websites aren’t loading properly? Maybe you need to flush the DNS cache. Jack Wallen shows you how. The DNS cache is a temporary database on an operating system that stores DNS lookups (information about visited websites and internet domains).

Link: How to flush the DNS cache on Linux
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