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redis weekly Issue #131
Feb 13 2016

Featured

Tutorial: Deploying a Replicated Redis Cluster on Kubernetes with Flocker

In this tutorial you’ll learn how to run a Redis master-slave cluster deployment on Kubernetes. Additionally, it shows you how to migrate a Redis container and its data stored on AWS EBS between hosts in case of scheduled maintenance or other operational tasks.

Reading

Is Redlock safe? Answer from @antirez to @martinkl

The counter-analysis from Redis creator about Martin Kleppmann analysis saying RedisLock algorithm is safe.

How to do distributed locking - Redis Redlock issues

Martin Kleppmann's take on the issues regarding Redlock algorithm

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Code and libraries

resp is a package to read and interpret Redis Serialization Protocol data in Go

Concurrent background job processing in Go via Redis queues

Imagine being able to store a payload of a shell command and an HTTP endpoint in a Redis queue, have a blazingly fast, concurrent application process the command and send the result to your specified HTTP endpoint. That is Baccarat.

Moves Redis cluster hash slots

A simple sh script to move Redis cluster hash slots.

redis-memory-analyzer - Redis memory profiler to find the RAM bottlenecks throw scaning key space in real time and aggregate RAM usage statistic by patterns

RMA is a console tool to scan Redis key space in real time and aggregate memory usage statistic by key patterns. You may use this tools without maintenance on production servers. You can scanning by all or selected Redis types such as "string", "hash", "list", "set", "zset" and use matching pattern as you like. RMA try to discern key names by patterns, for example if you have keys like 'user:100' and 'user:101' application would pick out common pattern 'user:*' in output so you can analyze most memory distressed data in your instance.


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