Category : redis

Hi I am new to Symfony and am trying to get my Symfony PHP app to connect to my redis cluster. I keep getting the following error once the images are stood up: request.CRITICAL: Uncaught PHP Exception RedisException: "Cannot assign requested address" at /var/www/STATIC/finders/docker/cache/Container4jv3TMx/getSessionService.php line 10 {"exception":"[object] (RedisException(code: 0): Cannot assign requested address at /var/www/STATIC/finders/docker/cache/Container4jv3TMx/getSessionService.php:10)"} ..

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tl;dr I am trying to use redis with tls with a netcore application and I get an authentication error The Setup: Docker: I created a redis docker container using redis:6.2.0 docker-compose.yaml: . . redis: image: redis:6.2.0 command: redis-server /usr/local/etc/redis/redis.conf –appendonly yes container_name: "cxm-redis" ports: – "6379:6379" volumes: – cxm-redis-data:/data – C:/SaaS/certs/redis.conf:/usr/local/etc/redis/redis.conf – C:/SaaS/certs/tests/tls/redis.crt:/usr/local/etc/redis/redis.crt – C:/SaaS/certs/tests/tls/redis.key:/usr/local/etc/redis/redis.key ..

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I’m running RedisEdge in Docker hosted on Windows 10. The Docker-Compose YAML looks like this: services: redisedge: build: ./redisedge ports: – 6379:6379 I can connect to RedisEdge from Python services running in Docker at redis://redisedge:6379. I can access it from Grafana running in Docker at host.docker.internal:6379. I can access it from RedisInsight running on host ..

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I have a reccuring problem with container in different pods can’t communicate with each other. To make things simple, I created a cluster with only 2 containers in different pods: app that does only one thing: connecting to redis server. redis-server container To make long story short: I’m keep getting ‘connection refused’ when trying to ..

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I have a Django (2.2.20) application that is also dependent on Redis (It works by scheduling tasks), but I don’t have any tasks scheduled at the moment. The application is running on AWS, Elastic Beanstalk, and Redis is running on a separate cluster. NGINX is running in the Elastic Beanstalk Instance. The AWS health checks ..

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