Redis is an open source, advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets.

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Redis takes up all the Memory and Crashes

A redis server v2.8.4 is running on a Ubuntu 14.04 VPS with 8 GB RAM and 16 GB swap space (on SSDs). However htop shows that redis alone is taking up 22.4 G of memory! redis-server eventually crashed ...
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Advice to choose the best tool [closed]

We have some kind of a high-load system. Currently, we're using Postgres on RAM disk (you know all the pros and cons). There are around 10 millions of rows. There's only 1 external key, and these 2 ...
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Redis Master/Master or Shared Storage

I'm setting up Active/Passive Redis setup for a client of mine. I have a high performance NFS storage where I'm storing the configs and the data currently. I'm just wondering if it would be best to ...
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Continuous jobs on Redis [closed]

I want to setup a script that sums up a bunch of values in a list and then puts down the result in total-count and then removes the entire list, And this all should be repeated once a minute or as ...
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Master-master database replication on 5 servers

My current project requires immediate replication between 5 databases. Servers are physically distributed across the globe. Currently we use Redis with one master server installed on another 6th ...
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Search a Redis Database

Imagine having a tun of hashes in a Redis Database, each representing a user object. How would you get the user with for example the lowest registration date? The user where ts_registered is the ...
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hstore vs redis performance wise (without durability) [closed]

How do PostgreSQL's Hstore and Redis compare performance-wise? This question was asked here, but I would like to compare with a PostgreSQL configuration without durability guarantee, i.e. with ...