kandi X-RAY | RedisManager Summary
kandi X-RAY | RedisManager Summary
实现RedisManager继承 org.apache.catalina.session.StandardManager， RedisSession继承 org.apache.catalina.session.StandardSession。.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Execute a multi - part operation
- Execute multi datasource
- Executes the command
- Discard all commands
- Main entry point
- Hash 64 - bit 64 - bit hash
- Finds a Redis session by id
- Returns true if the specified key exists
- Get attribute
- Get a field
- Pop a value from a list
- Generate a hash code
- Executes the HTTP request and returns the response
- Compares this tuple to another
- Initializes RedisManager
- Writes ascii characters in a string
- Set attribute
- Writes a UTF - 8 string
- Pushes a value from a list to another
- Returns a blocking op
- Returns a blocking list push operation
- Cleanup resources
- Returns a blocking list op
- Initialize the shards
- Returns the number of bytes required to encode the given string
- Returns a blocking list pop operation
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Trending Discussions on RedisManager
I created a Visual Studio (Community 2019) project with C# using
ServiceStack.Redis. Since it is C#, I use Windows 10 (there is a Redis version for Windows but it is really old and as I know, it is unofficial so I am afraid that might be the problem).
Here is an excerpt from my code:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-07 at 06:58
I assume that your are using .NET Framework. This error is known for
ServiceStack.Redis and is tracked on GitHub. It occurs because you use libraries that depend on different versions of
System.Runtime.CompilerServices.Unsafe. These transitive dependencies need to be resolved and consolidated to end up with one assembly in your output folder. You will end up with the latest of these versions. Consequently, if one of the libraries depends on a specific version that is older, it will not be found.
The bug that causes this issue is fixed in
4.6.0. Use binding redirects, to load the specific version of the assembly that you need. Insert this snippet into all of your
I'm just starting with Cloud SQL Management API, setup an API Key, and followed instructions as per the docs at https://developers.google.com/api-client-library/dotnet/get_started#finding-information-about-the-apis.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-07 at 08:03
Turns out I didn't fully the docs.
API Key is a form of authorisation, not authentication.
So either OAuth V2 or a service account credentials set is required.
Solution to get something working was:
I've set up a fresh installation of Laravel in Homestead and I've installed PhpRedis as recommended in the Laravel docs https://laravel.com/docs/7.x/redis#phpredis.
I followed this guide for installing PhpRedis https://webstoked.com/install-phpredis-laravel-ubuntu/
In both the Laravel docs, and the guide I've linked for installing PhpRedis, I'm instructed to rename the Redis alias in config/app.php.
If you plan to use PhpRedis extension along with the Redis Facade alias, you should rename it to something else, like RedisManager, to avoid a collision with the Redis class. You can do that in the aliases section of your app.php config file.
- Laravel Docs
To further add to my confusion, the Laravel docs then go on to say that you should remove the alias entirely.
To avoid class naming collisions with the Redis PHP extension itself, you will need to delete or rename the Illuminate\Support\Facades\Redis facade alias from your app configuration file's aliases array. Generally, you should remove this alias entirely and only reference the facade by its fully qualified class name while using the Redis PHP extension.
- Laravel Docs
My main questions are:
- What does, "If you plan to use PhpRedis extension along with the Redis Facade alias", mean?
- When should I rename the alias, remove it, or leave it as-is?
- Depending on if I rename or remove the alias, how will this affect using Redis?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-18 at 15:59
There are two different configurations/ways to use
redis in a laravel project.
I am trying to create multiple Redis connection in Laravel Command. It just let me create one connection in it and for others, it fails with error...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-12 at 10:21
You need multiple redis connections you need to open a new service provider for each connection and add service providers to
config/app.php. Then you can use like
I created two realms for authentication in apache shiro, but when i tried to call hasRole("any") it throws the following exception (if the role exists, it returns true):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-20 at 13:36
Problem solved! I forgot to override the method getAuthorizationCacheKey, in one of my custom realm.
I'm trying to understand how pipeline works nad want to try something different. I've noticed that there's no method for setting expire key if the key doesn't have any so I made an example for that with Jedis.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-12 at 08:24
If you sync and get the result after sending each command to the pipeline then there isn't much difference to sending the commands without pipelining. The benefit of pipelining comes from sending a number of commands without waiting on their responses and then reading the responses back all at once (thus eliminating a lot of time which would have been spent waiting for responses. More info: https://redis.io/topics/pipelining).
So a more "pipeline-y" implementation of what you have above would look like this (please pardon any mistakes with the exact pipeline method names, I mostly use Spring Data rather than straight Jedis):
Redis pipeline has 2 options to send commands to database "exec" and "sync". I'd want to know what is the difference between them.
I'll use Jedis ,java api for redis, for the examples.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-09 at 09:08
pipeline execute method returns
whereas sync returns void, however, to get response from pipeline using sync you have to capture individual responses, something like this.
I have a WebApi in .NET CORE 3.1 in which I'm trying to get results from a service (other third party). I have created multiple requests in my API for the same service but some parameters of every request are different, the results return from service will be different for every request but structure of result will be same.
As all requests are independent of each other I want to run all that in parallel. And I want to return the first result as soon as received from the service from my API, but I also want to run all other requests in background and save there results in REDIS.
I tried to create a sample code to check if possible:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-27 at 09:39
The code looks pretty good; there's only one adjustment I'd recommend: don't use
Task.Run causes a thread switch, which is totally unnecessary here.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use RedisManager like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the RedisManager component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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