Redli - a humane alternative to redis-cli
Redli is a Go-based alternative to the official Redis-cli application. It's major feature is that it mimics the redis-cli command line argurments while also understanding rediss: protocols and supporting a
--tls flag allowing it to connect to TLS/SSL secured Redis without the need for tunnels. It also has a number of flags and environment variables for passing server certificates over as files or base64 strings. Note, passing a certificate turns TLS on by default.
redli [<flags>] [<commands>...] --help Show context-sensitive help (also try --help-long and --help-man). --debug Enable debug mode. --long Enable long prompt with host/port -u, --uri=URI URI to connect to -h, --host="127.0.0.1" Host to connect to -p, --port=6379 Port to connect to -a, --auth=AUTH Password to use when connecting -n, --ndb=0 Redis database to access --tls Enable TLS/SSL --skipverify Insecure option to skip server certificate validation --certfile=CERTFILE Self-signed certificate file for validation --certb64=CERTB64 Self-signed certificate string as base64 for validation --raw Produce raw output --eval=EVAL Evaluate a Lua script file, follow with keys a , and args Args: [<commands>] Redis commands and values
URIURI to connect To. It follow the format of the provisional IANA spec for Redis URLs, but with the option to denote a TLS secured connection with the protocol rediss:.
Be aware of interactions with wild cards and special characters in the shell; quote and escape as appropriate.
Redli is (c) IBM Corporation 2018. All rights reserved.
Redli is released under the Apache 2 License.
commands.json file is by Salvatore Sanfillipo.
In the process of building the application, the commands.json file of the Redis-docs repository is retrieved and incorporated into the code. This file is distributed under a CC-BY-SA 4.0 license (see Copyright).