10 Responses to “Redis updated to version 2.2.2”

  1. Laph

    Hi Guillaume, I recently had a talk with Nicolas Favre-Félix and he implemented a new function in phpredis 2.2.1 on my request: a custom Prefix for session keys – which allows to differentiate sessions between multiple websites on one (physical) host.

    See this issue on github:
    https://github.com/owlient/phpredis/issues/102

    Could you package Version 2.1.1?

  2. Kenn Ejima

    From what I can see in /etc/init.d/redis-server, it simply calls start-stop-daemon to stop the server. I think it is not safe because Redis flushes the in-memory data at a certain cycles with the default snapshot mode and could lose data up to recent 15 minutes.

    To safely shutdown the server (stop accepting new connections / requests and flush all volatile data to disk), you need to call “redis-cli SHUTDOWN”, which is what I had in my init script before moving over to dotdeb.

    I might be missing something but could you double-check? Thanks for your great work!

  3. lamby

    I think your versioning system is wrong.

    You based your work on my 2:2.2.1-1 by uploading 2:2.2.1-0.dotdeb.1, but this is actually going in reverse! As you are simply rebuilding it makes more sense to use the ~blah operator so that the official Debian package would take priority (eg. 2:2.2.1-1~dotdeb.1).

    Then you uploaded a new upstream release (2:2.2.2-0.dotdeb.1) which really should be
    2:2.2.2-1~dotdeb.1 so that the package in sid takes priority.

    /lamby

  4. Guillaume Plessis

    @lamby : thanks for this comment and for your work, I’ll take care about the versioning in the next releases.

    Dotdeb provides packages for Squeeze, but I can’t ensure people are not using it on Sid. Then, sorry for the mess.

  5. lamby

    Great, thanks 🙂 It’s not only about sid too – it’s good to provide a clean upgrade path when wheezy is released.

  6. Kenn Ejima

    Sorry for my previous comments, I’ve confirmed that the init script works just fine, saving the entire data upon stop.