Sometimes when we are working with web projects, we have re-configure the DNS for any reason, so after that, it couldn’t be possible to connect to our page, so this is set of commands for trying to clean the DNS cache in your computer (thanks to @xmz).
For Yosemite, run this command in Terminal:
sudo discoveryutil udnsflushcaches
For Mavericks run:
dscacheutil -flushcache; sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
For Lion and Mountain Lion run:
sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
For Windows, run this command in command line:
For Chrome OS (read more: http://olivermarshall.net/how-to-flush-the-dns-cache-in-chromeos/)
- Browse to:
- Select DNS.
- Push the “Clear host cache” button.
That’s it for today!
See you next time.
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Cleaning the DNS cache: http://t.co/nohqXeBpBt thanks to @xmz
RT @alex_arriaga_m: Cleaning the DNS cache: http://t.co/nohqXeBpBt thanks to @xmz