how to clear dispatcher cache in aem ?

How to clear dispatcher cache in aem ?

As you may know, the Dispatcher cache in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is used to improve the performance of your website by caching static resources and pages. However, sometimes you may need to clear the cache to ensure that the latest content and changes are displayed on your website. In this blog post, we'll show you how to clear the Dispatcher cache in AEM.

 

This method will clear the entire Dispatcher cache, including all cached pages and resources. Keep in mind that clearing the cache may affect the performance of your website, as it may take some time to rebuild the cache.



Clear Cache using the Dispatcher Flush Agent

You can use the Dispatcher Flush Agent. Follow these steps:

 

  • Log in to your AEM instance and navigate to http://localhost:4502/etc/replication/agents.author.html.
  • Click on the "Dispatcher Flush" agent to open the agent's configuration page.
  • Click on the "Test Connection" button to ensure that the agent is configured correctly.
  • Click on the "Flush" button to clear the cache.

 

This method will clear the cache for a specific page or resource that you want to refresh.

 

In conclusion, clearing the Dispatcher cache in AEM is an important step to ensure that the latest content and changes are displayed on your website. By following these methods, you can clear the cache easily and efficiently, depending on your requirements. It is recommended to use these methods carefully and at appropriate times, to avoid any adverse impact on your website's performance.


Detailed Steps on how to use cache flush UI agent :-

https://www.aemrules.com/2022/04/dispatcher-flush-from-aem-ui.html 

 

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