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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    can iynemli

    Hi, I got few question, I have installed one click app on digitalocean which is come with Centos 7 with apache 2.4 ngnix 1.14 mysql 5.7 mariadb php 7.4 with plesk v18. im trying to do some experiments. My vps is 4cpu 8 gbram and installed CMS wordpress woocommerce. I would like to make it faster.i was thinking using Redis for mysql data caching and varninsh for static page caching is it possible to that? It will makes website even faster? could you share with me some links to how to do? if you answer i will be appricare it thank you very much Sir!

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    Mohamed Al Marri

    Thank you for the great steps & it worked very fine with me

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    Yiğit
    redis seems to be working. but i am getting this error


    # Failed opening the RDB file web (in server root dir /etc) for saving: Permission denied
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