I'm trying to use redis-store as my cache_store. I also have an app_confirg.rb initalizer which loads a yaml file for config settings. In my redis.rb initializer I have: MyApp::Application.config.cache_store = :redis_store, APP_CONFIG['redis'] However, this doesn't appear to work. If I do Rails.cache in my rails console I can clearly see it's using the ActiveSupport.Cache.FileStore as the cache store instead of redis. However, if I add the config in my application.rb file it works just fine, except the app config initializer is loaded after application.rb, so I don't have access to it. Has anyone experienced this? I can't seem to set a cache store in an initializer.
on 2011-04-27 22:22
on 2011-04-28 01:12
I've also tried putting it in an after_initialize block and this doesn't seem to work either. config.after_initialize do config.cache_store = :redis_store, APP_CONFIG['redis'] end
on 2011-04-28 21:55
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 6:10 PM, Jack Chu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I've also tried putting it in an after_initialize block and this > doesn't seem to work either. > > config.after_initialize do > config.cache_store = :redis_store, APP_CONFIG['redis'] > end > > I think what you are looking for is described in the Cache-store section of the README document. It discusses how to configure it for multiple versions of Rails. https://github.com/jodosha/redis-store B.
on 2011-04-29 08:29
Thanks, but I think I found the solution and wrote it up on stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5810289/setting... Problem is that Rails initializes the cache_store before it loads the initlaizers in the initializers directory. I just found a way to load it in application.rb instead.