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expire_fragment(name, options = nil) public

Name can take one of three forms:

  • String: This would normally take the form of a path like "pages/45/notes"
  • Hash: Is treated as an implicit call to url_for, like { :controller => "pages", :action => "notes", :id => 45 }
  • Regexp: Will destroy all the matched fragments, example: %r{pages/\d*/notes} Ensure you do not specify start and finish in the regex (^$) because the actual filename matched looks like ./cache/filename/path.cache
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April 9, 2009
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Outside of app code

How do I call this from script/console?

February 12, 2010
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re: Options

@ramanavel - The options are dependent on the cache store that you’re using. You’ll need to have a look at what the cache store you’re using allows.

e.g. MemCacheStore allows the use of time criteria based :expires_in, most of the cache stores don’t.

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/caching_with_rails.html might provide a little more information.

December 21, 2009 - (>= v2.0.0)
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Expire cache from console or whatever...

I know only one possible method:

ApplicationController.new.expire_fragment(:your_fragment)

February 9, 2010
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Options

What are all the options here please?…