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Tip: How To Clear DNS Cache In Mac OSX Leopard

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DNS requests cached… You know, your visited website is not in that ip or server anymore but your system insists to render old data instead of new server’s data. You may need clear DNS Cache to preview most recent version of your site.flush dns on mac os x leopard For DNS Cache clear or DNS Reset, use the command under in Terminal.

lookupd -flushcache

However a Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard user will tell you this command did not work on their terminal. In Leopard a new command has been used to replace flushcache, so to clear DNS cache in Leopard, just type this in your Terminal and hit enter.

dscacheutil -flushcache

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