How to use flush Redis from the command line interface (CLI).
You must have SSH access to your server in order to use this method. If you do not have SSH access, see How to enable SSH access for details.
ATTENTION: Use caution when performing this operation. If you are a Nexcess client, we recommend discussing other options with our support team before flushing your Redis database. You may contact them by email or through your Client Portal.
redis-cli -s /var/tmp/redis-multi_<customer_specific_name>_cache.sock FLUSHALL
redis-cli -s /var/run/redis-multi/<customer_specific_name>_cache.sock FLUSHALL
redis-cli -s /var/tmp/redis-multi_<customer_specific_name>_cache.sock -n <db number> flushdb
For more information, see the official Redis documentation about the Redis CLI or the FLUSHDB or FLUSHALL command.
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