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02:10 <berndj> minus, is that any different than having it listen on a local interface tcp socket? everyone gets access to it then, too
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06:40 <Mayzie> Is it possible to run Redis on a TCP socket AND a UNIX socket?
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07:17 <badboy_> yes
07:17 <badboy_> Mayzie:
07:18 <Mayzie> badboy_: How?
07:18 <badboy_> just enable both options
07:18 <Mayzie> I set the options for bind/port aswell as unixsocket, but that doesn't seem to work (it only listens on TCP)
07:19 <badboy_> redis-server --bind 0.0.0.0 --unixsocket redis.sock
07:19 <badboy_> works for me
07:22 <Mayzie> Oh, I was modifying /etc/redis/redis.conf and starting Redis via the systemd service (Debian 8)
07:23 <badboy_> should be the same if configured through a file
07:26 <Mayzie> Weird
07:27 <Mayzie> Because `systemctl status redis-server` only shows `/usr/bin/redis-server 127.0.0.1:6379` - nothing about the UNIX socket.
07:28 <badboy_> might be that it is not reflected in the command line ;)
07:28 <badboy_> how about you just take a look if the socket file was actually created or take a look at the logs
07:30 <Mayzie> It works when I do UNIX socket only, or TCP only, but not both.
07:30 <badboy_> what works?
07:33 <Mayzie> Connecting to Redis via that method.
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07:34 <badboy_> What version of Redis?
07:35 <badboy_> Check with "CONFIG GET unixsocket" and "CONFIG GET bind", "CONFIG GET port" that the options are actually applied correctly
07:35 <badboy_> check the logs
07:38 <Mayzie> Yeah it's there
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08:01 <minus> berndj: no, it's pretty much the same
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08:12 <Mayzie> Solved. Was a permissions problem.
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19:07 <cek> guys, could you help me with memory optimization? I've got a hash, with 10 small pairs. I'm getting 350k per 100mb RSS usage. Docs mention that number should be higher, around 1mln?
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19:55 <cyclones92> any way to clear the integer value from a key? it seems to have filled up and no longer getting data. was curious what command would be the best option
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22:34 <rand0m> Hi, Iam trying to connect two hosts on a LAN via redis, one is windows and the other is linux, I managed to store data from windows on linux and retrieve it on linux successfully, but I need to store the data on the windows host and every time I try to do that I got this exception when I try to retrieve the data on linux
22:34 <rand0m> PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Predis\Connection\ConnectionException' with message 'Connection refused'
22:41 <minus> redis is either not listening on the LAN IP or you have a firewall in the way
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22:51 <rand0m> @minus: thanks for reply but firewall is disabled and I still have the problem
22:52 <rand0m> and redis is working on windows but I can't connect to it remotely
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