Visualize your redis instances, analyze query patterns and spikes.
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RedisLive

Visualize your redis instances, analyze query patterns and spikes.

Redis Live

Setup Instructions

Installation

Install Dependencies

You'll also need argparse if you're running Python < 2.7:

Get RedisLive

Configuration

  • edit redis-live.conf :
  • update the value of the key RedisServers to the redis instances you want to monitor. You can monitor multiple instances by appending more values to the RedisServers list.
  • update the value of the key RedisStatsServer to the redis instance you will use to store RedisLive data (this redis instance is different from the redis instances you are monitoring).
  • passwords can be added as an optional parameter for any redis instance

if you don't have a spare redis instance to use to store Redis Live data, then you can configure to use sqlite by changing "DataStoreType" : "sqlite"

Start RedisLive

  • start the monitoring script ./redis-monitor.py --duration=120 duration is in seconds (see caveat)
  • start the webserver ./redis-live.py
  • RedisLive is now running @ http://localhost:8888/index.html

Caveat on monitoring redis

Currently the only hook into monitoring a redis instance is Redis MONITOR command, which streams back every command processed and reduces the throughput of the redis instance. It is recommended to run redis-monitor with --duration suitable for your redis deployment and scheduling it to run periodically as a cron job.

Authors

Nitin Kumar

Contributors

License

RedisLive is released under the MIT license: