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05:13 <huihoo> hello buddy
05:13 <huihoo> I am compiling redis from srouce
05:13 <huihoo> source
05:13 <huihoo> but i complains cc: error: ../deps/hiredis/libhiredis.a: No such file or directory cc: error: ../deps/lua/src/liblua.a: No such file or directory cc: error: ../deps/geohash-int/geohash.o: No such file or directory cc: error: ../deps/geohash-int/geohash_helper.o: No such file or directory cc: error: ../deps/jemalloc/lib/libjemalloc.a: No such file or directory Makefile:185: recipe for target 'redis-server' failed
05:13 <huihoo> any body can help me
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10:19 <scottc_> Hi all, in a Sentinel config is it possible to have one replica using another replica as its primary? From the docs it appears to be fine and I can switch it across without issue, however the config keeps being overwrote
10:21 <scottc_> We were hoping to do it in advance, however is this not possible with Sentinel?
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10:22 <gaurav____> lol
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17:59 <darkwater> is there a way to have redis slaves replicate their writes to the master?
17:59 <darkwater> or rather, have some sort of a decentralized redis cluster
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19:33 <minus> slave to master: no (that'd be master-master and is not supported)
19:34 <minus> darkwater: and redis cluster is decentralized, but by partitioning
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21:15 <GreenJello> I'm running redis on centos. When I run `sudo redis-server /etc/redis.conf` it works, but when I do `sudo service redis start` or `sudo systemctl start redis` it doesn't work (can't I connect to the server on localhost); it just exits with code 1
21:15 <GreenJello> it seems to be running this command: redis-server /etc/redis.conf --daemonize
21:15 <GreenJello> how can I debug this?
21:20 <minus> read the systemd logs for more info? journalctl should have you covered
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21:30 <lanjaron> if i have ~130k events within a give date range stored as a sorted set, how long would it take (approximately on, say, a 4gb ram DO droplet) to load that?
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