In this example, 'key1', 'key2', and 'key3' are the keys of the items you want to delete.
It's best to delete keys responsibly as accidental deletion could lead to loss of important data.
Try to implement error handling for better resilience.
Not checking if the key exists before deletion can lead to errors. Always ensure the key is present in the Redis cache before attempting to delete it.
Not handling exceptions may cause the application to crash if there's an error during deletion.
Can I delete all keys in redis cache?
Yes, you can use flushdb or flushall commands. However, be careful as these will delete everything in the selected database (flushdb) or in all databases (flushall).