When using Memcached for caching, there may be scenarios where you need to clear all data from the cache. This operation can be useful during:
C# has several libraries that provide interfaces to interact with Memcached, one of them being EnyimMemcached.
First, install it through NuGet package manager:
Here's how to flush all data from Memcached using this library:
FlushAll function sends a flush command to the Memcached server, instructing it to clear all data.
FlushAlloperation sparingly as it clears all data from the entire cache, which could impact performance if the cache has to be repopulated from the database.
FlushAlloperation to help in debugging and tracing potential issues.
FlushAllduring peak traffic times: As this operation is quite disruptive, try to schedule such operations during off-peak hours.
FlushAll: If you find yourself frequently needing to flush the cache, it may indicate a problem with how data is being cached or invalidated.
Q: Will the
FlushAll command remove all items from all servers in a Memcached cluster?
A: Yes, the
FlushAll command will remove all items from all servers in a Memcached cluster.
Q: Can I restore the items after running a
A: No, once items are removed from the cache using
FlushAll, they cannot be restored.