There are three commands to manage Lucee/Railo caches.

List existing caches

# Lucee server context of the CommandBox server in the current directory
cfconfig cache list
# Lucee web context of the CommandBox server in the current directory
cfconfig cache list fromFormat=luceeWeb
# Target a CommandBox server by name
cfconfig cache list from=serverName
# Target an externally installed server
cfconfig cache list from=/path/to/server/home

To receive the data back as JSON, use the --JSON flag.

cfconfig cache list --JSON

Edit an existing or create a new cache

Add a mew cache or update an existing cache. Existing caches will be matched based on the name. You can use a the type parameter as a shortcut for specifying the full Java class, which may change between versions.

cfconfig cache save myCache RAM
cfconfig cache save name=myOtherCache type=EHCache
cfconfig cache save name=myCache type=EHCache to=serverName
cfconfig cache save name=myCache type=RAM to=/path/to/server/home

Alternatively, specify the full class name.

cfconfig cache save myCache lucee.runtime.cache.ram.RamCache
cfconfig cache save name=myCache class=lucee.runtime.cache.ram.RamCache to=serverName
cfconfig cache save name=myCache class=lucee.runtime.cache.ram.RamCache to=/path/to/server/home

If your cache provider expects custom properties, pass them as additional parameters to this command prefixed with the text custom:. This requires named parameters, of course.

cfconfig cache save name=myCache type=RAM custom:timeToIdleSeconds=0 custom:timeToLiveSeconds=0

Delete an existing cache

Identify the cache uniquely by the name.

cfconfig cache delete myCache
cfconfig cache delete myCache serverName
cfconfig cache delete myCache /path/to/server/home