Flush DNS in Leopard

I seem to need to do this just infrequently enough that I can’t manage to remember how and just frequently enough that it’s becoming a pain to look it up every time. So, mostly for the sake of my own sanity:

$ dscacheutil -flushcache

There. Now that I’ve bothered to write it down I’ll probably never forget it again. Or not.

Subscribe1 Comment on Flush DNS in Leopard

  1. Chad Kieffer said...

    Thanks for posting. I’ve been having the same problem of late. This sure beats a restart.