Forum: Ruby on Rails How to reset Rails.cache servers? Rails.cache.reset is undefinied

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Art C. (Guest)
on 2009-05-04 22:05
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I'm trying to get memcached working for my rails app that's running
under passenger.  Apparently we need to check if passenger forked
memcached, and if so we need to establish a new connection using a
reset function.

I've seen people install cache_fu and they're able to call
CACHE.reset.  But for the built in memcache-client in Rails 2.x
there's no such Rails.cache.reset.

What is the equivalent to this?  Do I need to install cache_fu?

everything works great on my dev machine with memcached running with
mongrels.
pharrington (Guest)
on 2009-05-05 20:37
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With Rails 2.3.2, use Rails.cache.clear

I'm not sure about older versions, though.
pharrington (Guest)
on 2009-05-05 20:39
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Are you looking for Rails.cache.clear ?
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