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This bundle integrates Predis and phpredis into your Symfony2 application.

Installation

Add the snc/redis-bundle package to your require section in the composer.json file.

$ composer require snc/redis-bundle 1.1.x-dev

If you want to use the predis client library, you have to add the predis/predis package, too.

$ composer require predis/predis 0.8.x-dev

Add the RedisBundle to your application's kernel:

<?php
public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new Snc\RedisBundle\SncRedisBundle(),
        // ...
    );
    ...
}

Usage

Configure the redis client(s) in your config.yml:

snc_redis:
    clients:
        default:
            type: predis
            alias: default
            dsn: redis://localhost

You have to configure at least one client. In the above example your service container will contain the service snc_redis.default which will return a Predis client.

Available types are predis and phpredis.

A more complex setup which contains a clustered client could look like this:

snc_redis:
    clients:
        default:
            type: predis
            alias: default
            dsn: redis://localhost
            logging: %kernel.debug%
        cache:
            type: predis
            alias: cache
            dsn: redis://secret@localhost/1
            options:
                profile: 2.2
                connection_timeout: 10
                read_write_timeout: 30
        session:
            type: predis
            alias: session
            dsn: redis://localhost/2
        cluster:
            type: predis
            alias: cluster
            dsn:
                - redis://localhost/3?weight=10
                - redis://localhost/4?weight=5
                - redis://localhost/5?weight=1

In your controllers you can now access all your configured clients:

<?php
$redis = $this->container->get('snc_redis.default');
$val = $redis->incr('foo:bar');
$redis_cluster = $this->container->get('snc_redis.cluster');
$val = $redis_cluster->get('ab:cd');
$val = $redis_cluster->get('ef:gh');
$val = $redis_cluster->get('ij:kl');

A setup using predis master-slave replication could look like this:

snc_redis:
    clients:
        default:
            type: predis
            alias: default
            dsn:
                - redis://master-host?alias=master
                - redis://slave-host1
                - redis://slave-host2
            options:
                replication: true

Please note that the master dsn connection needs to be tagged with the master alias. If not, predis will complain.

Sessions

Use Redis sessions by adding the following to your config:

snc_redis:
    ...
    session:
        client: session

This will use the default prefix session.

You may specify another prefix:

snc_redis:
    ...
    session:
        client: session
        prefix: foo

You can disable the automatic registration of the session.storage alias by setting use_as_default to false:

snc_redis:
    ...
    session:
        client: session
        prefix: foo
        use_as_default: false

By default, a TTL is set using the framework.session.cookie_lifetime parameter. But you can override it using the ttl option:

snc_redis:
    ...
    session:
        client: session
        ttl: 1200

This will make session data expire after 20 minutes, on the server side. This is hightly recommended if you don't set an expiration date to the session cookie. Note that using Redis for storing sessions is a good solution to avoid garbage collection of sessions by PHP.

Doctrine caching

Use Redis caching for Doctrine by adding this to your config:

snc_redis:
    ...
    doctrine:
        metadata_cache:
            client: cache
            entity_manager: default          # the name of your entity_manager connection
            document_manager: default        # the name of your document_manager connection
        result_cache:
            client: cache
            entity_manager: [default, read]  # you may specify multiple entity_managers
        query_cache:
            client: cache
            entity_manager: default

Monolog logging

You can store your logs in a redis LIST by adding this to your config:

snc_redis:
    clients:
        monolog:
            type: predis
            alias: monolog
            dsn: redis://localhost/1
            logging: false
            options:
                connection_persistent: true
    monolog:
        client: monolog
        key: monolog

monolog:
    handlers:
        main:
            type: service
            id: snc_redis.monolog.handler
            level: debug

You can also add a custom formatter to the monolog handler

snc_redis:
    clients:
        monolog:
            type: predis
            alias: monolog
            dsn: redis://localhost/1
            logging: false
            options:
                connection_persistent: true
    monolog:
        client: monolog
        key: monolog
        formatter: my_custom_formatter

SwiftMailer spooling

You can spool your mails in a redis LIST by adding this to your config:

snc_redis:
    clients:
        default:
            type: predis
            alias: default
            dsn: redis://localhost
            logging: false
    swiftmailer:
        client: default
        key: swiftmailer

Additionally you have to configure the swiftmailer spool:

Since version 2.2.6 and 2.3.4 of the SwiftmailerBundle you can configure custom spool implementations using the service type:

swiftmailer:
    ...
    spool:
        type: service
        id: snc_redis.swiftmailer.spool

If you are using an older version of the SwiftmailerBundle the following configuration should work, but this was kind of a hack:

swiftmailer:
    ...
    spool:
        type: redis

Complete configuration example

snc_redis:
    clients:
        default:
            type: predis
            alias: default
            dsn: redis://localhost
            logging: %kernel.debug%
        cache:
            type: predis
            alias: cache
            dsn: redis://localhost/1
            logging: true
        cluster:
            type: predis
            alias: cluster
            dsn:
                - redis://127.0.0.1/1
                - redis://127.0.0.2/2
                - redis://pw@/var/run/redis/redis-1.sock/10
                - redis://pw@127.0.0.1:63790/10 ]
            options:
                profile: 2.4
                connection_timeout: 10
                connection_persistent: true
                read_write_timeout: 30
                iterable_multibulk: false
                throw_errors: true
                cluster: Snc\RedisBundle\Client\Predis\Connection\PredisCluster
                replication: false
    session:
        client: default
        prefix: foo
        use_as_default: true
    doctrine:
        metadata_cache:
            client: cache
            entity_manager: default
            document_manager: default
        result_cache:
            client: cache
            entity_manager: [default, read]
            document_manager: [default, slave1, slave2]
            namespace: "dcrc:"
        query_cache:
            client: cache
            entity_manager: default
    monolog:
        client: cache
        key: monolog
    swiftmailer:
        client: default
        key: swiftmailer
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