Clear old cache data from the Symfony HTTP Cache (filesystem) based on an expiry time
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- php: ^7.2
- symfony/console: ^4.2|^5.0
- symfony/filesystem: ^4.2|^5.0
- phpunit/phpunit: ^8.5
- squizlabs/php_codesniffer: ^3.5
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Last update: 2023-03-13 20:34:02 UTC
Symfony's HTTP Cache is a powerful way to cache entire HTTP responses and provide fast, full-page caching for your website or web application.
However, due to a known flaw if you use the default filesystem method to store HTTP Cache files this does not clean up expired cache files, which can fill up a disk drive.
We created this small tool to help delete the expired cache files from Symfony's HTTP Cache.
Install via Composer:
composer require studio24/http-cache-clear
The default command clears the HTTP Cache of cache files that are 4 hours or older.
By default the command clears the cache in
var/cache for the
prod environment and for all files older than
You can change these options on the command line. View help to see how:
One note on the
--path option. The command appends the environment and
http_cache folder, so the following command
actually clears the HTTP cache in
The default is to clear all files older than 4 hours. You can change this by passing the
./bin/http-cache-clear var/cache --expiry=24
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