redis-windows | Vagrant redis configuration and the binary releases | Command Line Interface library

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redis-windows is a Shell library typically used in Utilities, Command Line Interface applications. redis-windows has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

This project contains the binary releases of MS Open Tech redis port of windows as well as a vagrant configuration for redis letting you run the native version of Redis in a Virtual Box VM. Whilst it’s recommended to use [Redis] on Linux in production, it is often useful for developers on Windows platforms to have their own local version of redis running to develop with. The 3 most popular ways of running redis on windows is to use the binary releases of [Microsoft’s native port of redis] but as this is an unofficial port it always lags behind the latest official development of redis on Linux/OSX. Thanks to [Vagrant] you can choose to run the latest linux version inside a Virtual Box Linux VM where you’ll be able to run the official native version of redis.

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              redis-windows has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 2659 star(s) with 980 fork(s). There are 245 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              redis-windows has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of redis-windows is current.

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            State of Redis on Windows in 2019?
            Asked 2019-Jun-18 at 18:29

            I need to configure Redis in HA mode (in cluster) using Redis Sentinel with two Windows Server 2016. Searching around, there is a lot of material on how to install Redis on Windows and none of them seemed.... right to me.

            I got to this page which lists most of them in an organized way:

            I basically have problem with all of them and would like to understand some things and maybe even get the recommended way to guide me:

            • Install Redis on Ubuntu on Windows
              • This seems... cheaty. Will it have good performance? Will I be able to configure a cluster this way (without much headache), having a Ubuntu VM running on the Windows?
            • Vagrant
              • Basically the same as above
            • Microsoft Native Port
              • This seems less cheaty but on the other hand is rather out-dated. The version available is for Redis 3.0 (the last version is 5.0). So I'm afraid I will be missing out a lot of good features and improvements.


            Answered 2019-Jun-18 at 18:29

            I'm not clear why you think running the native version of Redis on Linux on Windows either on WSL or in a VM "seems cheaty"? It's the only way to run a supported and recent version of Redis on Windows. I'd be more comfortable running the supported and tested official version of Redis via WSL or VM than I would running an unsupported abandoned fork with known issues.

            WSL has disk performance issues, but since Redis mostly runs in memory (except for disk persistence) it runs fine, WSL2 has been optimized for performance so it should run faster, especially disk performance.

            But if you've found performance to be an issue you'd just run it on Linux, running Redis on Ubuntu is about the easiest thing you can run on Linux.


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            Install redis-windows

            Once installed you can run bash on Ubuntu by typing bash from a Windows Command Prompt. To install the latest version of Redis we first need to install some prerequisites:. Then follow the [official installation guide]( to download, build and install the latest stable version. NOTE: Installing the binaries using make install will not work. You need to copy them manually to /usr/bin (just like described in the guide, except that they use /usr/local/bin - which is the problem).


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