Heroku Rails 3 Rails.cache.class reports ActiveSupport::Cache::FileStore after I call Rails.application.config.cache_store = :redis_store, “#{ur


krismolendyke
HOME ยป Network & Servers

Where url=redis://redistogo:XXXYYYZZZ@cod.redistogo.com:9362/


This is called in my initializer code.


Here is the other pertinent config options:


1) in production.rb


config.action_controller.perform_caching = true in my production.rb

2) In my controller:


caches_action :show, :layout => false, :if => Proc.new {|c| c.request.query_string.blank?}
caches_page :get_session_info

3) in the initializer:


Rails.application.config.cache_store = :redis_store, "#{url}"


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Heroku Rails 3 Rails.cache.class reports ActiveSupport::Cache::FileStore after I call Rails.application.config.cache_store = :redis_store, “#{ur
by krismolendyke in Network & Servers

Where url=redis://redistogo:XXXYYYZZZ@cod.redistogo.com:9362/


This is called in my initializer code.


Here is the other pertinent config options:


1) in production.rb


config.action_controller.perform_caching = true in my production.rb
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by Jimmy G. in Network & Servers

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{
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}
end
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I have configured my Rails 4 app for use redis_store cache with bellow config. But I am not sure that rails is caching in production (or any) environment.

How can I prove or test (not necessarily automatically) that Rails is using cache in redis.

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I am trying to use Redis on Heroku.


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Rails.cache throws “marshal dump” error when changed from memory store to memcached store
by Mykola Novik in Network & Servers

If I set this in my environment


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ActionController::Base.cache_store will use a memcached store but Rails.cache will use a memory store instead:


$ ./script/console
>> A
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by peitschie in Network & Servers

I am unable to figure out where my cached fragments are being stored. What is the default location for fragment caching.


Cached fragment hit: views/listed_products (0.1ms)

I cannot find anything in the rails_root/public or rails_root/tmp/cache dirs


TAGS: rails fragment cache store
Does Rails gracefully handle cache store outages (memcached)?
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I am pretty sure it does, but I wanted to double check, since I don't know exactly how Passenger restarts a rails app. So if I have something like:


Rails.cache.fetch(:my_obj) { MyObj.first }


will all the cache be cleared upon restart (which is my hope)?


rails cache to redis nested models
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Is it possible to easy save Foo.includes(:bar).all to redis?


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Thanks!


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I have a rails app which uses disk cache for the now default Russian-doll caching. I have no trouble with invalidating the cache and my cache strategy is working to my requirements, however I have to find a proper way to delete the expired entries from the disk. As documented the disk cache keeps


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