I've found that reloading the nscd service (/etc/init.d/nscd reload) should do this. However, I don't have a nscd file in my /etc/init.d directory, so how do I perform this?
i´ve one big problem with nscd.conf this don´t work i tried many examples of configuration the nscd.conf simply don´t work when i stop the ldap server i try access by ssh on the client i can´t make logon.
And the database on /var/db/nscd don´t work.
I have a Linux machine and it seems DNS cache is not getting clear on it. It is still showing old values, even after changing in DNS server by Network team. I did
But still it is showing old values on this server.
On my rest of servers in environment, nslookup is showing updated value, so problem is only with this server.
I'm trying to set up and configure SSH on a Natty Narwhal server. I've never done this before and have just been following instructions from the hosting service on how to do it. All was going well so far -- I set SSH permissions and changed the default SSH configuration.
I am running Ubuntu 11.04(64 bit) and am running into some trouble. When I restart my machine it fails to boot up into the gui, I can alt f1 and login to bash but I don't know how to cancel the init that has stalled and re-perform the init any ideas?