Remove a Cache Using Web Manager and PowerShell
An already registered cache can be removed in the following ways:
Using NCache Web Manager
Launch NCache Web Manager by browsing to http://localhost:8251 or
<server-ip>:8251on Windows and Linux.
In the left navigation bar, click on Local Caches or Clustered Caches based on the cache to be removed. This opens up a new page at
<server-ip>:8251/. The page shows any existing local or clustered caches and additional details like Server and Server Platform.
In the Caches window, check the box against the cache name to remove, and click Remove.
- You will be prompted to confirm if you want to unregister the cache as well. Clicking Yes will unregister the cache, clicking No will only remove the cache from the Web Manager view.
- In case the In-Memory Store Type of your cache is either Distributed Lucene or Distributed Cache with Persistence, you will also be prompted with the Do you also want to delete persisted data of selected caches? checkbox. Checking this checbox will also delete your persisted data along with your cache.
Remove-Cache cmdlet enables the user to remove an already registered cache and also remove cache(s) on a specified server.
This command removes the cache demoClusteredCache from the local server.
Remove-Cache –Name demoClusteredCache
The following command removes the cache demoClusteredCache along with its persisted data:
Incase your cache has persisted data and you don't specify the
Force flag, you will be prompted with the message Do you want to remove the persisted data('y' or 'n')?. Pressing y will remove the persisted data and vice versa.
Remove-Cache -Name demoClusteredCache -Force
This command removes the cache demoClusteredCache on the server node 220.127.116.11.
Remove-Cache –Name demoClusteredCache –Server 18.104.22.168