FLUSHDB [ASYNC | SYNC]
- Available since:
- Time complexity:
- O(N) where N is the number of keys in the selected database
- ACL categories:
Delete all the keys of the currently selected DB. This command never fails.
FLUSHDB will synchronously flush all keys from the database.
Starting with Redis 6.2, setting the lazyfree-lazy-user-flush configuration directive to "yes" changes the default flush mode to asynchronous.
It is possible to use one of the following modifiers to dictate the flushing mode explicitly:
ASYNC: flushes the database asynchronously
SYNC: flushes the database synchronously
Note: an asynchronous
FLUSHDB command only deletes keys that were present at the time the command was invoked. Keys created during an asynchronous flush will be unaffected.
Behavior change history
>= 6.2.0: Default flush behavior now configurable by the lazyfree-lazy-user-flush configuration directive.
- Starting with Redis version 4.0.0: Added the
ASYNCflushing mode modifier.
- Starting with Redis version 6.2.0: Added the
SYNCflushing mode modifier.