Deleting a Redis cache in Python is commonly used when you want to remove specific data from your cache. This could be because the data is no longer needed, or it has become outdated. It's also useful when you need to clear all the data from your cache to free up memory space.
You can use the
delete() method provided by the
redis-py client to remove a specific key from the Redis cache.
In this example, we're connecting to a local Redis server and deleting the key labeled 'key'.
If you need to delete multiple keys at once, you can pass them as arguments to the
This example demonstrates how to delete 'key1', 'key2', and 'key3' from the Redis cache.
deletecommand is case sensitive. Ensure that the case of your keys matches when attempting to delete.
flushall()methods. Be cautious as this will clear your entire database or all databases respectively.