If you follow the symfony mailing-lists or the symfony forums, you already know the magic answer for all your symfony problems:
Please, try to clear the cache!
It means you have to call the
clear-cache task from the command line (or
cache:clear in symfony 1.1):
$ symfony clear-cache
...or use the
$ symfony cc
But what if you don't have access to the command line on your server? What if you only have a FTP account?
The answer is amazingly quite simple.
All cache files are stored in a single
cache/ directory located in the project root directory.
So, to clear the cache, you can just remove all the files and directories under
And symfony is smart enough to re-create the directory structure it needs if it does not exist.