I can't enable Redis Cache via ACP

  • I have installed Redis Server And Redis PHP 7.1 extension.

    Redis Server is running using default Config

    Server CLI is working fine and also PHP extension is ok.

    CLI and Server

    [root@xiaomi-miui bin]# redis-server
    [1304] 03 Apr 02:32:30 # Warning: no config file specified, using the default config. In order to specify a config file use 'redis-server /path/to/redis.conf'
    [1304] 03 Apr 02:32:30 # Opening port 6379: bind: Address already in use
    [root@xiaomi-miui bin]# redis-cli monitor
    1491180971.648140 "monitor"

    REDIS Server Config

    But When I am going to ACP=>General=>Cache I have only options for Filesystem and Memcached.

    I don't see any option for Redis caching.

    What is wrong ?

    Is this WBB Core support Redis ?



    Redis Support    enabled
    Redis Version    3.0.0
    Reflection    enabled
    Version    $Id: a06522d025b0af3e6ba10a0f6964086b7e6f5458 $
    Session Support    enabled
    Registered save handlers    files user redis rediscluster redis rediscluster
    Registered serializer handlers    php_serialize php php_binary


    Thanks in advance for your help...

  • The perfect will be a Plugin for Redis Cache ...

    Is impossible to Upgrade on Core 3 Right now.

    Is toooo expensive for me because I have to re-pay huge amount of plugins also.

    Not all the plugins I am running support Core 3 yet.

    I have huge traffic in my community and a good Cache (Redis) is needed.

  • I wouldn't mess with core files or make changes that way, but maybe request plugin for it, if it's possible. Also, you could maybe look through the plugin-store for those couple of cache plugins currently in there and contact those developers. Maybe one of them might be able to help you out quicker. Don't hurt to try.

    Edited 3 times, last by Smooey ().

  • The problem is that I am Using Plesk PHP 7.1 and is not Support Memcached.

    I have to compile it in server and this will mess future Updates.

    Also Redis support PHP serialize more effective and Faster I believe..