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redis weekly Issue #134
Mar 3 2016

Reading

Working with Redis in Go

A really long post explaining how to setup and use Redix.v2 in Go

100 more of those BITFIELDs

For 7 years Redis birthday, Savlator implemented a new crazy command called BITFIELD.

Connecting to Redis from Yesod

This is a quick run-through of how to connect Redis from a Yesod site (which used the default scaffolding).

How To Find Redis Logs on Ubuntu

Logs are essential to troubleshooting your Redis installation. You may ask yourself "Where are my Redis logs?" or "Where does Redis store log files on Ubuntu 14.04?"

Redis Cheat Sheet

Here is the PDF version (original is in docx)

Saving memory in Redis with MessagePack and Lua scripts

MessagePack saved 50% of memory consumption + LUA scripting against race conditions

Code and libraries

Redlock Redis-based distributed locks implementation in Ruby

redis-ccp-queue - A simple and lightweight Competing Consumers Pattern Queue

The competing consumers pattern enables multiple consumers to pull and handle messages from the same queue, with the guarantee that each message is consumed once only. This pattern also allows multiple producers or senders to push messages to the same single queue.

Feature toggler/switch for elixir using redis

Still a work in progress but interesting to see Elixir with Redis

rxredis - RxJS wrapper for Redis

A simple RxJS wrapper for ioRedis

EasyRedisMQ: A Simple .Net Message Queue that Uses Redis for the back end

EasyRedisMQ is designed to be a light weight message queue system that is built on top of redis. It is complete written in C#, can't compete with RabbitMQ but has more features built in than the basic redis pub/sub implementation.

redis-env: Store environment variables in redis

Using Redis as a configuration database


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