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comment Will restarting the system flush BIND (named) cache?
Is there an option to prevent flushing cache on restart?
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comment Will restarting the system flush BIND (named) cache?
Thanks. But actually, I did not want it to flush cache on restart. In fact I wanted it to keep the cache as long as possible, unless I said rndc flush. :-)
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comment How to prevent normal users from shutting down the system?
Its working well. :-)
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comment How can you prevent root password change on linux?
Having a separate sudoer account is is a great idea.
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comment How to prevent normal users from shutting down the system?
Yes. That won't help.
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comment How to prevent normal users from shutting down the system?
Agreed. That was just to prevent them from accidentally doing so. Because they are used to shutting down every other system they sit. And this particular system runs apt-cacher and so I told every user not to shutdown. Yet accidents happen.