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The proper way to start and stop Redis server

Aug 16, 2022 · 1 min read · 96 views · Post a comment

In this tutorial we are going to see how to start, stop and restart the Redis service properly, which is pretty straightforward and simple to do so. Service and server will be used interchangeably.

Prerequisites

  • Redis

Solution(s)

Linux

Step 1. Enable Redis service on reboot:

sudo systemctl enable redis-server

Step 2. Start Redis service:

sudo systemctl start redis-server

Step 3. Stop Redis service (the recommended way):

redis-cli shutdown

sudo systemctl stop redis-server works too.

Step 4. Restart Redis service.

systemctl restart redis-server

macOS

macOS requires Redis server to be installed using the Homebrew package manager.

Step 1. Start Redis service:

brew services start redis

Step 2. Stop Redis service:

brew services stop redis

Step 3. Restart Redis service:

brew service restart redis

Windows

Step 1. Open Run by pressing the Windows key + R.

Step 2. Type services.msc and hit Enter.

Step 3. Search for the Redis service, right click it and do whatever you intend to.

Though the proper way to shutdown the Redis service on Windows is to open a terminal (CMD or PowerShell) and run the following command:

redis-cli.exe shutdown

Conclusion

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