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Async Redis connection object using Greenlets and Tornado

Project description

An asynchronous redis::Connection object using Greenlets and Tornado’s event-loop.

Requires

Installation

pip install gretis

Getting Started

With redis-py:

Create a redis ConnectionPool instructing it to use the Gretis AsyncConnection as its connection. You must have a parent greenlet or you will get an exception. (Examples assume you are in greenlet context already)

import redis
from gretis.async_connection import AsyncConnection

pool = redis.ConnectionPool(connection_class=AsyncConnection,
    host='localhost', port=6379, db=0, socket_timeout=1)
r = redis.StrictRedis(connection_pool=pool)
r.set('foo', 'bar')

Or with redis-cluster-py:

Create a redis cluster ConnectionPool and give it an AsyncClusterConnection.

import redis
from gretis.async_cluster_connection import AsyncClusterConnection
from rediscluster import ClusterConnectionPool, StrictClusterRedis

pool = ClusterConnectionPool(connection_class=AsyncClusterConnection,
    host='localhost', port=700, socket_timeout=1)
r = StrictRedisCluster(connection_pool=pool)
r.set('foo', 'bar')

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