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


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


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rails cache to redis nested models
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the obvious error is


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