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Add channel_prefix support to AC redis/evented_redis adapters #27425
In Redis, Pub/Sub has no relation to the key space. It was made to not interfere with it on any level, including database numbers.
To avoid problems when multiple Rails applications use the same Redis instance, the redis/evented_redis subscription adapters now support a channel_prefix option (specified in cable.yml)
Other backends do not appear to have this issue.
The generated cable.yml has also been updated to reflect this change.
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