Session backend for Django that stores sessions in a Redis database
Python
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django-redis-sessions

Redis database backend for your sessions

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Installation

  • Run pip install django-redis-sessions or alternatively download the tarball and run python setup.py install,

For Django < 1.4 run pip install django-redis-sessions==0.3

  • Set redis_sessions.session as your session engine, like so:
SESSION_ENGINE = 'redis_sessions.session'
  • Optional settings:
SESSION_REDIS_HOST = 'localhost'
SESSION_REDIS_PORT = 6379
SESSION_REDIS_DB = 0
SESSION_REDIS_PASSWORD = 'password'
SESSION_REDIS_PREFIX = 'session'
SESSION_REDIS_SOCKET_TIMEOUT = 1

# If you prefer domain socket connection, 
# you can just add this line instead of SESSION_REDIS_HOST and SESSION_REDIS_PORT.

SESSION_REDIS_UNIX_DOMAIN_SOCKET_PATH = '/var/run/redis/redis.sock'

# Redis Sentinel 
SESSION_REDIS_SENTINEL_LIST = [(host, port), (host, port), (host, port)]
SESSION_REDIS_SENTINEL_MASTER_ALIAS = 'sentinel-master'

Tests

$ pip install django nose redis
# Make sure you have redis running on localhost:6379
$ nosetests

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