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redis_unix_socket [2018/01/22 13:53]
Lisa Clarke Proofreading and reformatting
redis_unix_socket [2018/02/01 14:41] (current)
Lisa Clarke
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-======How to use Redis in a UNIX Socket====== +#REDIRECT litespeed_wiki:cache:​lscwp:​configuration:​cache:​object_cache:redis-unix-socket
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-Please use root privilege to execute the following instructions. +
-If Redis fails to start, please verify SELinux is disabled , and all mentioned directories and files have correct permissions to the designated user. +
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-=====for Centos 7.X===== +
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-  - Stop Redis. <​code>​systemctl stop redis</​code>​ +
-  - Copy the service file. <​code>​cp /​usr/​lib/​systemd/​system/​redis.service /​etc/​systemd/​system/​redis.service</​code>​ +
-  - Edit ''/​etc/​systemd/​system/​redis.service''​. <​code>​User=username +
-Group=username</​code>​ Change ''​username''​ to same user that runs PHP. +
-  - Edit ''/​etc/​redis.conf''​ and change the following<​code>​unixsocket /​path/​to/​redis.sock +
-unixsocketperm 770 +
-logfile /​path/​to/​redis.log +
-dir /​path/​to/​redis</​code>​ Change **port** to ''​0''​ if TCP socket is no longer needed. +
-  - Change owner of redis.conf to same username in step 3. <​code>​chown username:group /etc/redis.conf</​code>​ If ''/​path/​to/​redis''​ directory does not exist, please manually create it, and make sure above mentioned ''​socket path'',​ ''​log path''​and ''​dir path''​ and are writable by the designated user. +
-  ​Start Redis. <​code>​systemctl start redis</​code>​ +
-  ​Verify it started successfully. <​code>​systemctl status redis</​code>​ +
-  - Check whether everything is working well. <​code>​nc -U /​path/​to/​redis.sock +
-info</​code>​ +
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redis_unix_socket.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/01 14:41 by Lisa Clarke