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<b>Pipelining: Contents</b><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#Pipelining (DRAFT)">Pipelining (DRAFT)</a>
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<h1><a name="Pipelining (DRAFT)">Pipelining (DRAFT)</a></h1>A client library can use the same connection in order to issue multiple commands. But Redis supports <b>pipelining</b>, so multiple commands can be sent to the server with a single write operation by the client, without need to read the server reply in order to issue the next command. All the replies can be read at the end.<br/><br/>Usually Redis server and client will have a very fast link so this is not very important to support this feature in a client implementation, still if an application needs to issue a very large number of commands in s short time, using pipelining can be much faster.<br/><br/>Please read the <a href="ProtocolSpecification.html">ProtocolSpecification</a> if you want to learn more about the way Redis <a href="SupportedLanguages.html">clients</a> and the server communicate.<br/><br/>Pipelining is one of the <a href="Speed.html">Speed</a> <a href="Features.html">Features</a> of Redis, you can also check the support for <a href="MultiBulkCommands.html">send and receive multiple values in a single command</a>.
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