Dig deep into Redis. This is a client daemon for radishapp.com.
Hook up Radish to your Redis instance like so, this will start a daemon up in your current directory:
daikon start -- -k 1234567890
If you want to just test it out and run in the foreground:
daikon run -- -k 1234567890
Your redis is on a different port, box, or has a password? No problem, use the -u option that takes a standard Redis url:
daikon start -- -k 1234567890 -u redis://184.108.40.206:9999
If you need to run more than one Daikon instance to monitor more than one Redis, the current workaround is to `cd` into different directories and start a Daikon for each instance. Patches welcome for this!
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