Redis has grown to become one of the most popular NoSQL database systems (not to mention cache systems) in use today. Perhaps the biggest advantage Redis has over other NoSQL systems is that runs almost entirely in memory.
In Redis Official Documentation deleting refers to flushing. Flushing means removing or deleting any data. There are two types of flushing methods.
- FLUSHDB – Flushes/Deletes a Single Database Keys
- FLUSHALL – Flushes/Deletes all the databases on Redis Server
We will tell you commands for both the flushing methods. Kindly proceed the following guide
Deleting all keys from current selected Database
Deleting all keys from a specific Database
redis-cli -n 5 FLUSHDB
‘5’ is the database number you want to delete/flush
Deleting all the databases from Redis Server