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Data provider plugin for loading data stored in a Redis in-memory database.

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phovea_data_redis [![Phovea][phovea-image]][phovea-url] [![NPM version][npm-image]][npm-url] [![Build Status][travis-image]][travis-url] [![Dependency Status][daviddm-image]][daviddm-url]
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Data provider plugin for loading data stored in a [Redis in-memory database](http://redis.io/).

Installation
------------

```
git clone https://github.com/phovea/phovea_data_redis.git
cd phovea_data_redis
npm install
```

Testing
-------

```
npm test
```

Building
--------

```
npm run build
```

Usage
------------

The plugin is currently used to load ID mapping files.

### Flush Mapping Database

```bash
redis-cli

select 3
flushall
```

Administrating Redis from your host machine
------------

Follow this steps if you want to administrate the Redis instance that is installed inside the virtual machine (using Vagrant)

1. Download any Redis administration tool (e.g., [Redis Desktop Manager](https://redisdesktop.com/))
2. Start docker-compose in debug mode: `docker-compose-debug up -d`
3. Access via localhost

Backing up a Redis DB: -> https://www.npmjs.com/package/redis-dump

Restoring in a named volume:

1. launch container
```
docker run -it -v workspacename_db_redis_data:/data -v F:\w\workspace_name\_backup\:/backup --name test redis:3.2-alpine sh ; docker rm test
```
2. within shell
```
redis-server --appendonly yes &
cd /backup
cat redis_db_dump_id.txt | redis-cli -n 3
cat redis_db_dump_mapping.txt | redis-cli -n 4
exit
```
3. use backup tool to backup
```
./docker-backup backup db_redis_data
```

***

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This repository is part of **[Phovea](http://phovea.caleydo.org/)**, a platform for developing web-based visualization applications. For tutorials, API docs, and more information about the build and deployment process, see the [documentation page](http://phovea.caleydo.org).


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