How to clear the cache in Symfony?

by elisha_langworth , in category: PHP Frameworks , 2 years ago

How to clear the cache in Symfony?

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by addison , a year ago


In Symfony, you can use the cache:clear command to clear the cache. This command is available in the Symfony console, which you can access by running the bin/console script from the root directory of your Symfony project.

Here's an example of how you can use the cache:clear command:

bin/console cache:clear

By default, this command will clear the cache for the current environment (e.g. dev, prod). You can also specify the environment explicitly by using the --env option:

bin/console cache:clear --env=prod

Alternatively, you can use the --no-warmup option to skip the cache warmup process, which can be useful if you want to clear the cache more quickly:

bin/console cache:clear --no-warmup

Note that the cache:clear command will only clear the cache for the application itself, and not for any additional cache layers that may be in use (e.g. a cache server like Memcached or Redis). If you want to clear those cache layers as well, you will need to use the appropriate tools or commands for those layers.

by hal.littel , a year ago


To clear the cache in Symfony, you can use the Console command cache:clear.

  1. Open your terminal or command prompt and navigate to your Symfony project directory.
  2. Run the command php bin/console cache:clear or ./bin/console cache:clear if you're using Unix.
  3. Symfony will clear the cache and display a message once it's done.

Note: If you're using Symfony 3.x or earlier, you may need to provide the environment flag to clear the cache for a specific environment. For example, to clear the cache for the prod environment, you can run php bin/console cache:clear --env=prod.