Does Plesk support Redis Server?

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    Chad Reitsma (Edited )

    For anyone looking for installation instructions, I followed this on Plesk Onyx (Linux) V. 17.8.11 to get Redis up and running!

    https://www.ontwerps.nl/install-redis-with-plesk-onyx

    Cheers,
    C.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Chad,

    Thank you for collaboration, this instruction may be useful for other Pleskins!

    However, at 1st it is recommended to check the instruction on a test domain.

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    Chad Reitsma

    Thank-you Ivan, agreed!  :)

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    Jerome Nameche

    Hi Guys,

    I was just chatting with an expert in website speed optimisation. and it's seem that Redis is a must have.

    To install it from the repo we can use the following command:

    sudo apt install redis-server

    better and easier than Chad Reitsma Link

    Still, I'm writting this message in order to askin a next PLesk release to be able to install it from the Plesk admin panel and check its status.

    After 5 min. installation, my admin panel from wordpress become way faster (heavy request from woocommerce and all the time the same, exemple display product tab (all the time the same product to display)

    Wouaw!

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    Alexandr Redikultsev

    Hi @Jerome Nameche, 

    I am glad to hear that It worked out really great for you!

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    Jacob Bowen

    I would recommend, atleats with CentOS 7 based installs, installing the Remi repo so you can utilize Redis5. CentOS7 base and epel repo only have 3.

    Building it from the ground up such as @chad Reisma suggested is a terrible idea, as you have to rebuild each and every updates, missing out on both performance and security updates.

     

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    Chad Reitsma

    What do you mean you will have to rebuild it with each and every updates? If you're talking about Plesk updates - it has been updated dozens of times on our servers without the need to rebuild redis.  I guess if you're talking an OS update, then maybe? I don't think you need to downvote my answer for that, just sharing how I did it.

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    Jacob Bowen

    Referencing Redis having updates itself, why would i refer to the OS or plesk updates?

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