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A new major branch of Redis has been declared as stable, and version 3.0.0 has been published on April 1st 2015.

It brings Redis Cluster, a distributed implementation of Redis with automatic data sharding and fault tolerance, important speed improvements under certain workloads, improved AOF rewriting, and more… Please read the release notes for more details.

The packages are now available for both Debian 7 “Wheezy” and Debian 6 “Squeeze” on both amd64 and i386 architectures. They have been split in redis-server, redis-sentinel and redis-tools depending on your usage.

Thanks to Chris Lamb for its amazing work bringing Redis 3.0.0 to Debian Sid.

8 Responses to “Redis 3.0.0”

  1. Davide

    Hi Guillaume

    do you have still available old 2.8.x releases? I have some servers on the 2.8.11 branch nad I would like to update to latest 2.8 before updating to 3.0, but it seems you’ve completely replaced 2.8 with 3.0. Thanks!

  2. Davide

    Actually it’s Firefox and it doesn’t even let me enter anyway. Now I see that Chrome let me bypass it. Sorry for the noise. (BTW I’d rather put a self-signed cert for archives instead of this, just my 2c)