Does it seem reasonable to take 30 seconds to SCAN MATCH through a DB with 600k keys on a ECS m4.large instance?
Hi folks, I seem to be having problems running redis inside of an ubuntu container. I have sensu that is supposed to be writing to redis, but using redis-cli monitor I don’t see any activity within redis. Is there a cli command that I can use that will generate _something_ in redis-cli monitor so that I can at least check to see if redis is functioning
seems that redis is at least responding;
127.0.0.1:6379> KEYS *
root@87f6266268ae:/# redis-cli monitor
1489061231.475954 [0 127.0.0.1:51018] "KEYS" "*"
so I guess its my application. thanks folks.
i have no idea what sensu is - take a look at the prometheus exporter and check how they're collecting metrics
KekSi: sensu is a monitoring tool, that uses redis as its back end datastore
I can see that redis is working, just not being used. So I’m looking at sensu as being the cause of all my woes.
i read that as you wanting to monitor redis with sensu
new to redis
does redis have a concept of multiple databases?
how appropriate is redis for nonce storage?
super real appropriate?
'nonce' is like super unspecific
[17:22:04] <joshadam> does redis have a concept of multiple databases? - yes; indexed by an integer.
I have a redis client application which I cannot modify, it only can use a single redis endpoint.. Looking for solution to provide HA redis setup, w/o a need to change the app. Any suggestions?
I am aware of Sentinel support, but I guess it will require client modification?