10 Cache Types: How to Manage Cache in Magento 2

Adding more data means that your website will be possible overload or run slowlier. It is necessary to Manage the Cache to solve this problem. For example, by clearing Cache, you can protect the personal information and help the application run faster.

With different usages, all 10 types of Cache are effective in improving the speed, making your Store perform better.

In detail, the different categogies of Cache are:

  • Configuration: After adapting configuration files, it is necessary to flush them including configuration and store specific settings

  • Layouts: After adapting layout files, it is necessary to flush them including the compiled page layout from all components

  • Blocks HTML output: After adapting the view layers, it is necessary to flush them including page fragments per block

  • Collections Data: By Magento, it can flush automatically database queries. However, Custom modules may write entries which make Magento can not clean by itself, in case, Magento can not clean so we need to clean the cache

  • Reflection Data: API interfaces reflection data will be flushed

  • Database DDL operations: it can be flush automatically by Magento, but 3rd party can plus more data, after making custom changes to the database schema, which can clean the cache

  • EAV types and attributes: The metadata regarding the entity attributes into the cache, in general, it should not flush the cache

  • Integrations Configuration: Caches the compiled integrations on your store. Clean after adding new or changing existing integrations

  • Integrations API Configuration: Compiled integration APIs configuration of the Store’s Integrations

  • Page Cache: This cache links the HTML pages so it is necessary to clean this type of cache regularly

  • Translations: After merging translations from all modules, the merger cache will be cleaned

  • Web Services Configuration: Caching the Web API Structure

How to manage Cache in Magento 2:

There are 3 steps:

  • Step 1: Access to Cache Management
  • Step 2: Select the Page Cache
  • Step 3: click Flush Magento Cache

Firstly, you need to log in Magento Admin Dashboard, then following all these steps

Step 1: Access to Cache Management

  • On the left side of menu, choose System
  • Select Cache Management

Access to Cache Management

Step 2: Select the Page Cache

  • Drop-down list the Actions , select Disable
  • Click the top check box to select all
  • Then click Submit

Select the Page Cache

Step 3: Click Flush Magento Cache

  • To make sure the cache is cleared completely, click Flush Magento Cache

Flush Magento Cache

THINGS TO REMEMBER

  • Flushing Cache does not affect other processes or applications because it cleans only the cache that Magento uses, however, it might affect other processes applications using the same storage

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