Redis 6.2.1, 6.0.12 and 5.0.12 were released today.
Congratulations to the core team and all of the many contributors who helped create Redis 6.2!
A few highlights:
RPOPLPUSHfor moving items between lists. Forgetting
RPOPLPUSHwill offer memory savings for our brains. docs
- You can
COPYkeys of any type from one location to another. docs
SETwill return a key’s previous value when the new
GEToption is used, deprecating the
- Conditionally update scores in sorted sets using
You can read more in the release notes from the Redis core team.
Redis 6.2 is supported on the RedisGreen platform. You can build new databases using this version, or upgrade any Redis 6.0 database with no downtime.
Want to give the new release a try? Use RedisGreen to build a new Redis server now
Redis versions 6.0.11 and 5.0.11 are now available.
These new minor versions contain several bugfixes and a security fix that does not affect RedisGreen customers. You can read more in the release notes
Redis version 6.0.10 is now available. This patch release fixes and improves several operational details for Redis.
This release includes the fix from PR #8016, which ensures
EXISTS no longer updates the
LRU time of keys.
You can find the full release notes from the core team here
Heroku users can now attach RedisGreen servers to multiple apps or attach multiple DBs to a single app.
; heroku addons:create redisgreen:starter --as=RG_DB_0 --name rg-db-0 ; cd ../another-heroku-app-dir ; heroku addons:attach rg-db-0
All common runtime and private space regions are supported.
RedisMonitor also supports all Heroku Elements features.
We released a series of changes to RedisGreen’s email services over the past few days, mostly focusing on improving the clarity and consistency of communication.
Email alert latency was also substantially improved as a result of these changes, so you’re less likely to see alert emails delayed.
Redis versions 6.0.9 and 5.0.10 are now available.
These new minor versions contain bugfixes and a security patch that does not affect RedisGreen.
6.0.9 includes a new feature:
CLIENT LIST now reports the memory usage of command arguments. Full release notes here
Participants in our LA program for KeyDB can now launch community edition databases for version 6.0.16.
RedisGreen launched support for four new regions today, including our first in Africa and the Middle East. The highlighted regions below are now generally available, and support all RedisGreen plans at no extra charge:
|af-south-1||Africa (Cape Town)|
|ap-east-1||Asia Pacific (Hong Kong)|
|ap-northeast-1||Asia Pacific (Tokyo)|
|ap-northeast-2||Asia Pacific (Seoul)|
|ap-south-1||Asia Pacific (Mumbai)|
|ap-southeast-1||Asia Pacific (Singapore)|
|ap-southeast-2||Asia Pacific (Sydney)|
|me-south-1||Middle East (Bahrain)|
|us-east-1||US East (N. Virginia)|
|us-east-2||US East (Ohio)|
|us-west-1||US West (N. California)|
|us-west-2||US West (Oregon)|
|sa-east-1||South America (São Paulo)|
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