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Kinto Redis

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Kinto Redis is a redis driver for Kinto storage, permissions and cache backends.

Installing kinto-redis

You can use PyPI either installing kinto redis dependencies:

pip install kinto[redis]

Or installing kinto-redis directly:

pip install kinto-redis

Using Kinto Redis backends

After installing the kinto-redis package using PyPI, you can configure your server like that:

# Backends.
kinto.storage_backend =
kinto.storage_url = redis://localhost:6379/1
kinto.cache_backend = kinto_redis.cache
kinto.cache_url = redis://localhost:6379/2
kinto.permission_backend = kinto_redis.permission
kinto.permission_url = redis://localhost:6379/3

Running the tests

To run the unit tests:

$ make tests


2.1.0 (2021-11-16)

Internal Changes

  • Replacing ujson with kinto.core.utils.json

2.0.1 (2019-05-24)

Bug fixes

  • pool_size setting should remain optional

2.0.0 (2019-02-08)

Breaking changes

  • Upgrade to Kinto >= 13 storage API.

1.3.0 (2018-04-26)

  • Update storage tests with new Kinto 9.x features. (#13)

1.2.0 (2017-08-17)

  • Cache set now requires a ttl value

  • Cache delete() method now returns the deleted value

  • Cache never accept to store bytes.

1.1.0 (2017-02-23)

  • Upgrade to last storage, permissions and cache backends features. (#7)

1.0.1 (2016-08-18)

Bug fixes

  • Fix compability with Kinto 4.0 about unique fields (Kinto/kinto#763)

1.0.0 (2016-08-11)

  • Move the kinto redis backends to an external repository.

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