The new function is used in order to resize the string allocation so that only the minimal allocation possible is used, removing all the free space at the end of the string normally used to improve efficiency of concatenation operations.
…omething() for clarity.
…ncrementally using a circular list.
…T LIST output.
…shes: when the hash entry is too big for ziplist, add the field, then convert. The code used to break before the new entry was inserted, resulting into missing fields in the loaded Hash object.
…e an HT-encoded hash was loaded.
fix typo of redis.conf
…, so older versions of Redis will not understand this format.
…ng vertical space when possible.
…ipmap-value. Pieter is too good with users ;). Better to have them switch to a saner configuration ASAP after the 2.6 upgrade.
…r specify what the function does. Not immediately clear from the name.
…red a bit.
The Run ID is a field that identifies a single execution of the Redis server. It can be useful for many purposes as it makes easy to detect if the instance we are talking about is the same, or if it is a different one or was rebooted. An application of run_id will be in the partial synchronization of replication, where a slave may request a partial sync from a given offset only if it is talking with the same master. Another application is in failover and monitoring scripts.
…e can use it for the run_id field as well.
…iled (and at least one save point is configured). However people having good monitoring systems may prefer a server that continues to work, since they are notified that there are problems by their monitoring systems. This commit implements the ability to turn the feature on or off via redis.conf and CONFIG SET.
Redis now refuses accepting write queries if RDB persistence is configured, but RDB snapshots can't be generated for some reason. The status of the latest background save operation is now exposed in the INFO output as well. This fixes issue #90.
…if the command was executed by the scripting engine.
…t may be provided to the user as output in case of errors.