Support » Plugin: Redis Object Cache » How clean what Redis object cache plugin created?

  • Resolved flashsystem

    (@flashsystem)


    Hi, recently I did a mistake by following what wordpress health center suggested me to do, installing a plugin called “Redis object cache” to improve my website speed.

    I did and after that during about 2 weeks, I found that my website is so slow, when I browse in website or in wordpress panel it takes time to load and sometimes receive error 500 timeout.

    Then I started to receive warning emails from c-panel that my storage plan is getting exceed, after investigating I found that the error_log file in public_html/ is so large, something around 200MB and even when I deleted that it still grew days later. I downloaded and opened the file found the problem is with “Redis object cache” plugin, removed it and now everything is fast and good enough.

    But I still see my storage is used much more than before I installed this plugin, So I want to know how can I delete what ever this plugin has created in my website?
    Any way to delete all unnecessary caches?

    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Yes, you can run redis-cli flushall, but I doubt there is anything in there.

    You probably installed the plugin without ever configuring or connecting it to Redis Server.

    Maybe @tillkruess I don’t mean it’s a bad plugin of course I just don’t need it.
    Anyway can u tell me how exactly I should run that code?

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 2 days ago by flashsystem.
    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    I’d suggest asking your hosting provider for assistance with redis-cli.

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