Matthew Faltys edited this page Sep 1, 2016 · 3 revisions

This is designed to help the user understand what is going on inside of redis at a low level. The following are redis keys (with examples) and what they store.

  • ip:<sha3:512 hashed id> This entry is created only if a client has used the beacon-id to store an address
    • type: redis key
    • content: host ip
    • example ip:bd98828400c404c3feaf44af78dac11f24afb8c9a3d58dfb0124fe6841c6b01bb4801375d7ec66ab38d6a945d1ccd78c30786bea2508775e1749ca62193d22db 192.168.2.2
  • sec:<sha3:512 hashed id> This entry is created once an id has been provisioned.
    • type: redis key
    • content: sha3:512 hash of security key
    • example sec:bd98828400c404c3feaf44af78dac11f24afb8c9a3d58dfb0124fe6841c6b01bb4801375d7ec66ab38d6a945d1ccd78c30786bea2508775e1749ca62193d22db e7f8a5a8f35343db15912d8549303dad32f1f06a5df98ae83258487df8e80e5ff5a2e8517023e5c13247f5fcad5f11ca6eba8dcefa0ed821ae120eede56b7d80
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