• Resolved garbus2

    (@garbus2)


    Is there a way to configure redis object cache not to put the site down once redis server goes down? Something like a bypass so the page will work without redis (like a temporary mode). Also a function to sent automated email about enountered error? I heard about Redis server down fallback option but I am unable to loacate it?

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    No, Redis is just like MySQL, it must be online to avoid data corruption between SQL and Redis.

    Does your Redis Server frequently go down? (That’s not normal)

    Thread Starter garbus2

    (@garbus2)

    I understand that it must be online. However don’t you think that it would be a very good idea for the module to prevent crashing the website if suddenly redis server goes down? My redis server does not go down often but since I do not always monitor the website on a daily basis when a shared server is rebooted and cron job restarting the redis server will crash it would be wise for the module to switch itself off and alert the website admin. This would be great feature making your module more safe to use.

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    However don’t you think that it would be a very good idea for the module to prevent crashing the website if suddenly redis server goes down?

    If SQL is down, your website is down as well. Using a persistent object cache like Redis has the same requirement.

    You can use a supervisord or a similar process watcher to automatically restart Redis Server if it’s down or hanging.

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