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Magento’s cache management system is an easy way to improve the performance of your site. Whenever a cache needs to be refreshed, a notice appears at the top of the workspace to guide you through the process. Follow the link to Cache Management, and refresh the invalid caches.
|1.||Do one of the following:|
- Click the Cache Management link in the message above the workspace.
- On the AdminThe password-protected back office of your store where orders, catalog, content, and configurations are managed. sidebarThe right or left column of a two-column page layout., tap System. Then under Tools, choose Cache Management.
|2.||For each cache to be refreshed, mark the checkbox at the beginning of the row.|
|3.||Set Actions to “Refresh,” and tap Submit .|
|1.||To select a group of caches, set Mass Actions to one of the following:|
- Select All
- Select Visible
|2.||Mark the checkbox of each cache to be targeted by the action.|
|3.||Set Actions to “Refresh,” and tap Submit.|
|2.||Make sure to also clear the cache of your browser.|
Marks the checkbox of multiple caches. Options include:
Marks the checkbox of all caches.
Clears the checkbox of all caches.
Marks the checkbox of all visible caches.
Clears the checkbox of all visible caches.
Determines the action to be applied to all selected caches. Options include:
Enables all selected caches.
Disables all selected caches.
Refreshes all selected caches.
Applies the action to all selected caches.
Flush Magento Cache
Removes all items in the default Magento cache (var/cache), according to their associated Magento tags.
Flush Cache Storage
Removes all items from the cache, regardless of Magento tag. If your system uses an alternate cache location, any cached files used by other applications are removed in the process.
Flush Catalog Images Cache
Removes all automatically resized and watermarked catalog images that are stored at: media/catalog/product/cache.
If recently uploaded images aren't reflected in the catalog, try flushing the catalog and refreshing your browser.
Flush Static Files Cache
Various XMLExtensible Markup Language: A markup format derived from SGML that it used to format information for publication and distribution. configurations that were collected across modules and merged. Associated Tag:
Layout building instructions.
Page blocks HTML. Associated Tag:
Collection data files. Associated Tag:
Database DDL operations
Results of DDL queries, such as describing tables or indexes.
EAVEntity Attribute Value types and attributes
Entity types declaration cache. Associated Tag:
Full page caching. Associated Tag:
Integration configuration file. Associated Tag:
Integrations API configuration file.
The target rule index.
Translation files. Associated Tag:
Web Services Configuration
REST and SOAP configurations, generated WSDL file.