In this video, Emmanuel Henri explores the possible options you can set in the configuration file while setting up a secured password.
- [Instructor] We've explored a few basic configuration…changes using the config file.…Now, I want to go over a few other…options that could be useful.…If you need to do some quick configuration changes…without stopping and restarting the server,…you can do it in the CLI, using the command, CONFIG SET.…But keep in mind that doing so…will not change the config file…and simply set that change while the server is running.…Upon a reboot, the server will once…again refer to the config file.…So basically, if you need to make changes permanent,…you need to make the changes in the config file.…
If you want to make a temporary change,…maybe for testing purposes, you can use a CLI.…So let's take a look at it.…So let's head into the terminal and let's do, for example,…CONFIG SET SAVE and then do "60 1"…so one thing to know, you need to…make the double quotes here because…if you do simply 60 1, like so,…it's not going to work because it takes a string.…So when you want to enter strings in the CLI,…you need to do double quotes like that…
- Installing and setting up Redis
- Reviewing the basics of data types
- Setting up persistence and replication
- Exploring strings and lists
- The hash data structure
- Securing a Redis instance
- Publishing and subscribing with Redis
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up
2. Introduction to Redis Basics
3. Datasets in Depth
4. Advanced Concepts
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