Add a Redis instance
Java Serialized Objects
Use Smaller Keys
Switch to 32 Bits
Upgrade Redis Version
Use Better Serializer
Combine Smaller Strings to Hashes
Switch from Set to Intset for Numeric IDs
Switch to Bloom Filter or HyperLogLog
Shard Big Hash to Small Hash
Convert Hashtable to Ziplist for Hashes
Convert to a List instead of Hash
Compress Field Names
Enable Compression for List
Avoid Dynamic Lua Script
Reclaim Expired Keys Memory Faster
NOTE: These instructions are outdated. New documentation is on the way.
Rdbtools Views are a visual representation of your real time data in your Redis instance based on the datatype.
Views allows you to search for key or key pattern from your connected redis instance. Based on the searched term a preview of the available views are displayed varying on the datatypes. Click on any of the views to proceed.
The data is displayed in a table initially with 100 records. Clicking on show more will load a batch of 100 records more.
Add Column - Add column allows you to add your customized column via
Json Path or
Lua Script. The newly added column get added to your existing view.
Show/Hide Columns - The views can have multiple columns in order to see few particular columns, you can use show/hide columns which will temporarily hide few columns.
Save View - The views consisting of default as well as custom columns can be saved for future reference. You can further edit the custom created columns in the saved views.
Export - Every saved view consisting of default and custom created columns can be exported into various formats like - csv, html, json, xls