Clearing your dns cache failure on your site

cPanelTristan

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You could simply check a proxy for the site to see if it is working in a proxy, which won't be cached. A couple of proxy sites are proxify.net and kproxy.com (this one supports checking https urls).
 

Hedloff

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Thanks for the replys.
We do not use Mac so we cannot test this atm. But maybee you should update your webpages tristan if the command does not work? So our customer that comes to your page can use a command that does work? :)
 

cPanelTristan

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The command works on my Mac system running Mac OS X 10.6.7, so it isn't that the command does not work but that your user's Mac doesn't have a required component for it to work when most user systems would. Please feel free to have them post on the forum a return of the command nibin posted. :)

Code:
Tristans-Mac-mini:~ miraenda$ dscacheutil
Usage: dscacheutil -h
       dscacheutil -q category [-a key value]
       dscacheutil -cachedump [-buckets] [-entries [category]]
       dscacheutil -configuration
       dscacheutil -flushcache
       dscacheutil -statistics

Tristans-Mac-mini:~ miraenda$ dscacheutil -flushcache
Tristans-Mac-mini:~ miraenda$
I would be happy to provide a screen print of this same return from my Mac system if needed. There is no error and the dscacheutil command issued works.

Thanks!