Magento 2 employs backend caching at many levels within the system – File System (default), Database, Redis and Varnish, which is used to store web pages to speed up the load processes and improve your Magento 2 site performance.
In this post, we are going to introduce a couple of handy CLI (Command Line Interface) commands – one of the simplest methods to manage your Magento 2 cache. We will also make a short overview of Magento 2’s default cache backend solution – file system; the difference between cache:flush vs. cache:clean.
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