How to delete Magento Cache by FTP

Sometimes Magento can return unexpected errors after installing extensions or some code changes.

If you can no longer access to your site delete everything inside:

/var/cache

One Response to “How to delete Magento Cache by FTP”

  1. Chris December 13, 2010 at 10:49 pm #

    It might be worth mentioning that if you have our full-page caching utility installed (Lightspeed), a similar method to clear cache is used (if you have files set as you cache storage method). Simply clear the contents of this folder:

    var/lightspeed

    For a caching performance far beyond the defaults included in magento community edition, here’s a link to our caching utility – Lightspeed (http://www.tinybrick.com/improve-magentos-slow-performance.html)

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