I want to load a module everytime redis starts how can I do this in redis 3.9.10
is that the dev branch?
(i don't have an answer to your question, sorry)
rpap, how do you load it in general?
So I am trying to learn Redis, relearn --sort of. What are some good quality resources?
Handy, in fact, I have a copy of that locally with devdocs.io (quality tool, trust me!)
But I want something that walks me through some good usecases.
I want to build a session store and I am kinda unsure about pipelines et al.
I can't think of any other resources, really
just think of how you would build it normally with algorithms and data structures
then use redis as a "datastructures as a service" to supplant things that make sense
use pipelines only when you have many instructions to run and don't require the intermediary results
probably don't need them until you're done implementing what you want and then realize it's slow in parts because you're waiting for data that you never really use
Hi im trying to make a redis ‘config service', an instance of redis which holds all the current configurations for my products IP’s, databases and other info. I’m trying to make a (nodejs) module which subscribes to the redis instance and updates whenever the server content is changed.
here is my work so far - i made a subscription connection then try to log the contents of a redis key https://hastebin.com/yojawaloju.js it fails because "Connection in subscriber mode" - do i have to make 2 connections to a redis instance to be notified when it updates AND get its content?
is there any plans to try to make redis master/slave mode work better with kubernetes?
currently it is pretty difficult to make redis master/slave cluster in kubernetes
actually i have not found 100% working solution, there are only "proof of concepts" which work if i will just start them. But failovers etc are missing
is https://github.com/RedisLabs/spark-redis the only spark library available?
what a lively bunch