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Clear Django Cache

Author:
girasquid
Posted:
September 23, 2008
Language:
Python
Version:
1.0
Score:
4 (after 4 ratings)

This piece of code will clear the cache, whether you are using in-memory or filesystem caching.

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from django.core.cache import cache
try:
	cache._cache.clear()	# in-memory caching
except AttributeError:
	# try filesystem caching next
	old = cache._cull_frequency
	old_max = cache._max_entries
	cache._max_entries = 0
	cache._cull_frequency = 1
	cache._cull()
	cache._cull_frequency = old
	cache._max_entries = old_max

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Comments

diefenbach (on January 20, 2009):

At least for locmem one has to do clear also "_expire_info", otherwise there will be key errors:

cache._expire_info.clear()

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ofri (on May 3, 2009):

if you're using memcached it's

 cache._cache.flush_all()

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