How to recover old data from redis?

by haylee.mertz , in category: Third Party Scripts , 17 days ago

How to recover old data from redis?

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by hal.littel , 17 days ago

@haylee.mertz 

To recover old data from Redis, you can use the following methods:

  1. Redis Replication: If you have set up regular replication in Redis, you can recover old data by restoring a backup of the Redis instance that contains the data you want to recover and then syncing it with the current Redis instance.
  2. Redis Backup and Restore: If you have taken regular backups of your Redis data, you can restore an old backup file to recover the old data. You can use the redis-cli tool to restore the backup file.
  3. Redis RDB persistence: If you have enabled RDB persistence in Redis, you can use the RDB file generated by Redis to recover old data. You can restore the RDB file by running the redis-server command with the path to the RDB file as an argument.
  4. Redis AOF persistence: If you have enabled AOF persistence in Redis, you can use the AOF file generated by Redis to recover old data. You can restore the AOF file by appending its contents to the current AOF file of the Redis instance.
  5. Redis Snapshot: You can take a snapshot of the Redis data using the SAVE or BGSAVE command and store it in a specific directory. You can then recover old data by loading the snapshot file using the redis-cli tool.


It is recommended to regularly back up your Redis data to prevent any data loss and ensure that you can recover old data if needed.