I would like to understand the difference between the bin/magento c:f and bin/magento c:c commands used for cache management in Magento 2. Although they both serve the purpose of clearing the cache, I would like to know their specific functionalities and when it is appropriate to use each command.
What is the purpose of the bin/magento c:f command?
How does bin/magento c:f clear and rebuild the cache in Magento 2?
In what scenarios would I typically use bin/magento c:f instead of bin/magento c:c?
What are the potential implications of running bin/magento c:f on a production environment?
What is the purpose of the bin/magento c:c command?
How does bin/magento c:c clean the cache in Magento 2 without triggering cache regeneration?
When would it be more appropriate to use bin/magento c:c instead of bin/magento c:f?
Are there any considerations or best practices to keep in mind when using bin/magento c:c in a production environment?
I appreciate any insights or explanations that can help me better understand the differences between these two cache management commands in Magento 2.