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New FAQs to document how to use Redis for sessions and cache #7767
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Apr 25, 2015
Maybe something like this? @mattab
How to configure Redis as a shared cache in a load balanced environment
By default Piwik caches data in the local filesystem of each server. If your Piwik environment consists of multiple servers a common problem is that caches are only invalidated on one server instead of all servers. To workaround this we recommend to use a shared cache for all of your servers. You can do this by installing and configuring Redis.
To use Redis as a cache follow these steps:
How to configure Redis for session handling in a load balanced environment
By default Piwik uses the filesystem as a session handler. If your Piwik environment consists of multiple servers a common problem is that multiple sessions are created per user meaning a user might have to log in multiple times and a log out might actually log out a user only on one server. To workaround this there are two options:
To use Redis as a session handler follow these steps:
Text is very clear, both FAQs have been published:
Nice new resource for admin who want to re-use the power of Redis!