I had same issue, related to DNS cache. I changed the IP address in
/etc/hosts but it was still resolving to the old IP.
on CentOS, you can flush dns cache with nscd -i hosts

Le lundi 2 mai 2011 14:43:08 UTC+2, Dmitry a écrit :
Thank you!!!

It was a problem with DNS-server.
The second DNS-server, that was in resolv.conf, don't answer for requests.
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