Why Flush Local DNS Cache?
I’ve been spending a lot of time lately working on configuring web apps running on AWS with domains that have been purchased from Google Domains (Yea, I have a legitimate reason for not using Route 53, but I’ll save that for another post).
I need to flush DNS cache regularly, like every few minutes in order to validate my DNS config changes. I’m leaving the TTL of my records set at 5 minutes.
Please note: I referenced https://support.apple.com/en-bw/HT202516 while creating this post.
Still have to wait on DNS
Just because you flush your local DNS cache doesn’t mean the change you made to your DNS record will have propagated through the DNS system. Use the dig command to verify your changes have take effect.