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THE Redis Cookbook

Ted Nyman (@tnm8) and Tim Lossen (@tlossen) set up this Redis cookbook. There isn’t too much in there yet, but hopefully it will build a nice collection of recipes.

The one I’ve checked ☞ Make data more durable (you know I’m interested in durability) is good enough. I’d have liked to see a bit more details about the Append-Only File options, probably something similar to this post on MongoDB and File System durability

And by the way, the recipes live on ☞ GitHub, so you can fork and add yours!

via: http://rediscookbook.org