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Redis 2.6 ETA: Quality or Death

There are quite a few interesting features scheduled for Redis 2.6—Lua scripting, high resolution expires, just to name a couple—which makes some people anxious to start using it.

When asked what is the ETA for Redis 2.6, Salvatore replied:

So long story short, RC1 is going to take a few weeks.

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To put it raw: after 2.6 RC1 is released I’ll just write tests to reach full coverage of the source code. When this effort is completed, 2.6 will be called stable, and we’ll finally move to Redis 3.0 to finish the cluster implementation.

Quality, or Death :)

Original title and link: Redis 2.6 ETA: Quality or Death (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)