SysTutorials Forums QA How to find the hostname of an IP using /etc/hosts if it has the mapping on Linux?

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    Common DNS queries like ping will first get the IP of a hostname if it exists in /etc/hosts.

    How to find the hostname of an IP using /etc/hosts if it has the mapping on Linux?

    The host IP will skip the /etc/hosts as I tested.

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