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Redis backend for Pyrogram session storage

Project description

A Pyrogram session storage implementation backed by Redis.

Note: The hooks will not work until Pyrogram merge #6b37046 or use patched my pyrogram patched version.

Usage

This session implementation can store multiple Sessions in the same key hive.

Installing

pip3 install pyroredis

Upgrading

pip3 install -U pyroredis

Quick start

from pyrogram import Client
from pyroredis import RedisSession
import redis

# These example values won't work. You must get your own api_id and
# api_hash from https://my.telegram.org, under API Development.
api_key = 12345
api_hash = '0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef'
session_name = "798xxxxxxx7"

redis_connector = redis.Redis(host='localhost', port=6379, db=0, decode_responses=False)
redis_session = RedisSession(redis_connector)
client = Client(session_name=session_name, api_key=(api_key, api_hash))
client.load_session_hook = redis_session.load_session
client.save_session_hook = redis_session.save_session
client.start()

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