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README.md

redis-py-cluster

This client provides a client for redis cluster that was added in redis 3.0.

This project is a port of redis-rb-cluster by antirez, with a lot of added functionality. The original source can be found at https://github.com/antirez/redis-rb-cluster

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The branch master will always contain the latest unstable/development code that has been merged from Pull Requests. Use the latest commit from master branch on your own risk, there is no guarantees of compatibility or stability of non tagged commits on the master branch. Only tagged releases on the master branch is considered stable for use.

Python 2 Compatibility Note

This library follows the announced change from our upstream package redis-py. Due to this, we will follow the same python 2.7 deprecation timeline as stated in there.

redis-py-cluster 2.1.x will be the last major version release that supports Python 2.7. The 2.1.x line will continue to get bug fixes and security patches that support Python 2 until August 1, 2020. redis-py-cluster 3.0.x will be the next major version and will require Python 3.5+.

Documentation

All documentation can be found at https://redis-py-cluster.readthedocs.io/en/master

This Readme contains a reduced version of the full documentation.

Upgrading instructions between each released version can be found here

Changelog for next release and all older releases can be found here

Installation

Latest stable release from pypi

$ pip install redis-py-cluster

This major version of redis-py-cluster supports redis-py >=3.0.0, <4.0.0.

Usage example

Small sample script that shows how to get started with RedisCluster. It can also be found in examples/basic.py

>>> from rediscluster import RedisCluster

>>> # Requires at least one node for cluster discovery. Multiple nodes is recommended.
>>> startup_nodes = [{"host": "127.0.0.1", "port": "7000"}]

>>> rc = RedisCluster(startup_nodes=startup_nodes, decode_responses=True)

>>> rc.set("foo", "bar")
True
>>> print(rc.get("foo"))
'bar'

License & Authors

Copyright (c) 2013-2020 Johan Andersson

MIT (See docs/License.txt file)

The license should be the same as redis-py (https://github.com/andymccurdy/redis-py)

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