How to install and setup Redis on Ubuntu - Magento 2 Tutorial

How to install and setup Redis on Ubuntu – Magento 2 Tutorial



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Redis is an application that runs on your web server and is designed to improve the performance of applications such as Magento. It’s not difficult to setup, but there are a lot of steps. So, in this video I’ll walk you through installing Redis in Ubuntu and then setting up Magento 2 to take full advantage.

Before we begin, I want to highlight some key points about this tutorial:

-It’s written for Ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04
-At the time of writing, this will install version 5.0.5 of Redis
-Typically, there are two ways to install Redis. I have chosen the Repository method, which is much simpler to follow than the Source method

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7 thoughts on “How to install and setup Redis on Ubuntu – Magento 2 Tutorial

  1. This one took a while… Originally, I needed to do a version for Ubuntu 16 and 18 – but I got it work for both in the end. Hopefully, this video will save someone a headache 😊

  2. Thank you so much…
    Hi Craig, Between Redis and Varnish which one do you recommend for Magento 2.3.4/2.4 ?

  3. If I install Magento 2 and mysql on two separated server, which server should I install Redis? Or it actually doesn't matter?

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