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06:11 <psprint> https://redis.io/commands/type says reply type is STRING, but I clearly get in reply->type value 5, which is REDIS_REPLY_STATUS
06:11 <psprint> in hiredis
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07:59 <badboy_> psprint: it says "simple string reply" which corresponds to a REPLY_STATUS in hiredis
08:00 <psprint> so the other one is Bulk String
08:01 <badboy_> right
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11:38 <ballu> hi guys
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11:41 <ballu> need one help on redis with gnocchi
11:42 <minus> sorry, but redis is not edible
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12:53 <Mavericks> when the the delay call is made error https://thepasteb.in/p/r0hwJ2r5N74sK
12:54 <Mavericks> ends in
12:54 <Mavericks> https://thepasteb.in/p/1jhnWq67V6psB
12:54 <Mavericks> AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'TimeoutError'
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12:54 <Mavericks> What could be the issue ?
12:55 <Mavericks> has anyone come across this issue ?
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13:12 <badboy_> Mavericks: obviously it's timing out ;)
13:13 <Mavericks> @badboy_ : what's causing it to do so is baffling
13:13 <badboy_> oh, wait. it fails because it wants to throw a timeout error but there is no attribute for that :D
13:13 <Mavericks> no users only one user and just one worker to run a background task
13:13 <badboy_> Mavericks: I don't know what it is doing and what timeouts are configured, so it could be everything
13:14 <Mavericks> no timeout configuration. this is like the simplest version
13:14 <Mavericks> well sort of
13:14 <Mavericks> essentially https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/celery-heroku
13:14 <Mavericks> chose redis pretty much that and absolutely no change at all.
13:16 <badboy_> first off you should google the error and see if any of the bug reports apply to you
13:17 <badboy_> I never used celery so can't really help with its specifics
13:17 <Mavericks> did that and researched the docs and redis troubleshooting guide and also google groups no luck yet
13:17 <Mavericks> badboy_: thanks for trying tho.
13:17 <Mavericks> appreciated sometimes this conversation could clear up things :0
13:17 <Mavericks> :)
13:18 <badboy_> right
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16:41 <AndrewGazelka> [Jedis] I am reading the book "Redis in Action" and they have code posted on GitHub. I am wondering why the "id" subkey of the article would be set each time articles are pulled up, instead of being created each time the article is created. Note: the id subkey is the same as the id key referencing the HASH.
16:41 <* AndrewGazelka> Hopes that made sense
16:41 <AndrewGazelka> https://github.com/josiahcarlson/redis-in-action/blob/master/java/src/main/java/Chapter01.java#L95
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18:20 <badboy_> AndrewGazelka: it is just added to the returned objects
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21:54 <Industrial> Hi. Is there a web admin UI thing that I can easily start with Docker and connect to my redis container?
21:54 <Industrial> To inspect the data in redis :)
22:04 <minus> there's redis desktop manager, Industrial
22:05 <minus> or plain redis-cli, or a python shell with redis module
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