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11:03 <dosmanak> Hello. Why sentinel remove is not considered valid configuration statement?
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11:27 <dosmanak> geeze, I was looking forward nice ansible role, but this.
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12:26 <badboy_> dosmanak: because it is a command
12:26 <badboy_> the configuration file isn't really the place to do dynamic reconfiguration
12:28 <dosmanak> So why redis stores its dynamic configuration into this file.
12:28 <badboy_> Design Decision ^^
12:29 <dosmanak> Althought I appended include of my setting at the end of the file, then new lines are appended at the end, so my local config is not true anymore.
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12:31 <badboy_> yes
12:32 <badboy_> Sentinel is not particular friendly to be fully managed by configuration management systems
12:32 <dosmanak> So I cannot prepare static config file, which will get my redis architecture into known state.
12:33 <dosmanak> Ok, thanks for discussion, I will try different aproach :-)
12:33 <badboy_> You can use an initial config file, but Redis will rewrite it, yes
12:37 <dosmanak> One more thing.
12:38 <dosmanak> Oh, not really, bad idea :-)
12:39 <dosmanak> But it seems feasible to maintaing basic configuration in systemd service.
12:42 <dosmanak> But still sentinel monitor is command and config statement, but sentinel remove is only command, oh man...
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13:36 <janemba> hi
13:37 <janemba> is it necessary to use a redis instance (c = redis.Redis()) in case of multithreaded applications ? (I mean for each threads)
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14:14 <badboy_> Check your client library's documentation on whether it is thread-safe
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14:34 <minus> long gone, badboy_, long gone.
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14:35 <badboy_> :D
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15:43 <danemacmillan> Migrating redis data always seemed like a daunting task, but I just discovered that I can set one instance as a slave of another, and all the data replicates so quick. I set up an SSH tunnel to a remote server hosting 11GB of redis data, and within about five minutes, it was all replicated on the slave. I set it back to a master and the job was done. I just wanted to share this. Fantastic experience.
15:53 <minus> if you need to clone all data, yeah
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22:55 <redissentinel> hello everyone, i was curious if anyone has seen an issue where after increasing 'hz', memory exponentially increases. I'm seeing this after i bumped hz from 100 to 500. despite reverting the change, memory is still slowly getting consumed and never releasing.
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