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Add :expires_in option support for RedisCacheStore increment/decrement method #33254

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huacnlee commented Jun 29, 2018

Redis not support incry with expire option, so call expire.

This fix is keep same behavior with the :memcached store.

irb> Rails.cache.increment("my_counter", 1, expires_in: 100)
1
irb> Rails.cache.data.ttl("my_counter")
=> 99
# skip set expire when "my_counter" has ttl
irb> Rails.cache.increment("my_counter", 1, expires_in: 200)
2
irb> Rails.cache.data.ttl("my_counter")
=> 98
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@huacnlee huacnlee force-pushed the huacnlee:add-expires-in-option-support-for-redis-cache-store-increment-method branch to 9d5b02e Jun 29, 2018

@rafaelfranca rafaelfranca merged commit 4883f73 into rails:master Jun 29, 2018

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kaspth added a commit that referenced this pull request Jul 1, 2018

Refactor #33254.
Firstly, increment and decrement shouldn't care about the particulars of
key expiry. They should only know that they have to pass that responsibility
on to somewhere else.

Secondly, it moves the key normalization back inside the instrumentation like
it was originally. I think that matches the original design intention or at
the very least it lets users catch haywire key truncation.

Thirdly, it moves the changelog entry to the top of the file, where new entries
go. I couldn't understand what the entry was saying so I tried to rewrite it.
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