If you want to use Drush to clear the cache, Drush must be installed. See Section 3.2, “Concept: Additional Tools”.
You can use the administrative interface or Drush to clear the cache. You can also use the rebuild script or Drush to do a more complete cache rebuild.
- In the Manage administrative menu, navigate to Configuration > Development > Performance (admin/config/development/performance). If you cannot access this page in the administrative interface, use one of the other methods to clear or rebuild the cache.
- Click Clear all caches.
- A message saying the cache has been cleared appears at the top of the page.
- If this doesn’t resolve the problem that caused you to want to clear the cache, try a rebuild instead.
Open settings.php (/sites/default/settings.php) in any plain text editor. Add this line to the end of the file and save it:
$settings['rebuild_access'] = TRUE;
- Visit http://www.example.com/core/rebuild.php in your browser (where www.example.com is your site’s URL). After a short pause, you should be redirected to the home page of your site, and the cache should be rebuilt.
- Open settings.php (/sites/default/settings.php) in a text editor. Find the line you added with $settings[rebuild_access], remove this line, and save the file.
You can use one of two commands:
- Use the command
drush cache-rebuildto clear and rebuild all cached data for a site. After running this command, you will see the output message "Cache rebuild complete."
Use the command
drush ccto see a list of individual caches and then choose the specific cache you would like to clear. Running this command should produce output like the following:
> drush cc Enter a number to choose which cache to clear.  : Cancel  : drush  : theme-registry  : menu  : css-js  : block  : module-list  : theme-list  : render  : views
Choose a cache to clear by entering the number associated with that cache. Press "Enter" to continue.