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Clear Cache, The CLI, and New Filters

Discussion around this tutorial for symfony 1.0.x

Clear Cache, The CLI, and New Filters

by OutsideOfDreams » Wed Jun 07, 2006 4:51 pm

Ok, I'm having a few independant problems here.

1) I'm trying to add a new filter using the following code in filters.yml

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myTagFilter:
  class: myTagFilter
  param:
    host_exclude_regex: /^(www|askeet)/

myRememberFilter:
  class: myRememberFilter


After I make the changes, I receive this error whenever I visit the dev site. Basically I need to clear the site cache, which leads into my next problem.

2) I can't clear the cache from the command line, here is my SSH session:

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$ cd styleandpresentation.com
$ symfony clear-cache
-bash: symfony: command not found
$ symfony.sh clear-cache
-bash: symfony.sh: command not found
$ ../symfony/bin/symfony.sh clear-cache
No input file specified.
$ ../symfony/bin/symfony.sh clear-cache frontend
No input file specified.
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Re: Clear Cache, The CLI, and New Filters

by lcornea » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:23 pm

You know you could just delete all the files and folders inside the cash/application_folder by hand, using ssh
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Re: Clear Cache, The CLI, and New Filters

by halfer » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:28 pm

This might be due to `php` not being in the system path. Can you do `php -v` and get a version number?
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