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Re: Caching-only "named": where is the cache?

In answer to your questions, bind keeps it's cache in memory, so yes,
if you reboot it it will clear the cache.  Also, all data that comes
in has an expiration date on it, which states how long it's good for.
If that time expires, it removes that data from the cache, and looks
it up again when it needs it.  Other than that, there's no real way to
control the cache.

Hope this answers your questions


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