Version 2.5 has not been released yet, and its documentation is a work in progress.

Clear cache

Many problems can be resolved by clearing Symfony’s cache.

Basically, you need to be able to run the symfony command line application, which is located in the root directory of this project.

php symfony cache:clear

You can also use the shorthand version of the command, like so:

php symfony cc

Note that, because AtoM is session based, clearing the web browser cache might log you out of the application. Be sure you have saved any work you are doing in the user interface saved before doing so.

Important

There are also other caches to consider clearing!

PHP-FPM (a PHP extension that AtoM uses) can also cache some content - if you are clearing the application cache, you should also consider restarting PHP-FPM. See:

Memcached is also an external cache engine that can be used with AtoM - you should restart it as well. See:

Finally, don’t forget that your web browser has its own cache - in some cases, if you are not seeing changes take affect, you might want to try clearing your web browser cache. Note that, because AtoM is session based, clearing the web browser cache might log you out of the application. Be sure you have saved any work you are doing in the user interface before doing so.

Version 2.5

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