Good article by Josiah Carlson on Redis memory usage estimation, including copy-on-write worst case during BGSAVE: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/redis-db/02oq_DNZA3s/l_uEwDT3d4sJ
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On twitter I read a few concerns about inability to read what I think about tech non-redis topics. First of all, thanks to everybody interested in my thoughts :) Second, this blog is exactly the place where I'll post everything like that. So: @redisfeed -> Redis news, mostly low traffic, high signal. @antirez -> Will be converted into my personal account, mostly italian language, non work related. @zeritna -> Will be simply dismissed. This blog -> Everything about day by day Redis development, personal opinion about sexism, sky driving, shit eating and japanese food.
I'm going to be a bit away from Redis code and this blog as I need to freaking focus on finishing the video talks for the Redis Conference that is very near at this point... I'm also tuning and testing the final bits into 2.6 to make sure to release it ASAP :-) See you in a couple of days. p.s. also my wife feels contraction since a few hours, so maybe Greta is going to birth in a few... (!!!)
The commit message says it all: Fix MULTI / EXEC rendering in MONITOR output. Before of this commit it used to be like this: MULTI EXEC ... actual commands of the transaction ... Because after all that is the natural order of things. Transaction commands are queued and executed *only after* EXEC is called. However this makes debugging with MONITOR a mess, so the code was modified to provide a coherent output. What happens is that MULTI is rendered in the MONITOR output as far as
These are the real victims of flamewars: "After the recent affair with @antirez's blogpost, I'm seriously considering forgoing further usage of #Redis in all my projects." (@nathell) Obvious considerations: 1) Somebody will be happy about this as there was definitely a force trying to resonate as much as possible what was happening in the worst way. 2) The guy should read my blog post seriously. But this is how it goes, you write a blog post that is a point of view about how to handle sexism (focusing on its effects, not the cause that anyway at the most subtle level, for instance a wrong promotion, can simply be denied by the author of the sexism), and the net result thanks to a number of people in part evil, in part simply bigot as hell, is that I'm sexist.
Hey, since I'm no longer active on Twitter, that was a channel where from time to time I replied to requests from users, I'm now making sure I reply to a few questions on Stack Overflow every day, lurking on the "Redis" tag: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/redis I can't ensure you that I'll reply to your question, but I can ensure you I'll be there often to reply to a few questions a day, and together we can create a Redis ecosystem in one of the best places on the internet where to give or receive help, that is Stack Overflow.