Memory stats are crucial for monitoring and managing your Redis setup. They can provide insights into memory usage, fragmentation ratio, keyspace hits/misses, and other valuable indicators of performance or potential issues.
Example 1: Basic example to get memory stats.
In this example, we first import the
redis module and then establish a connection to the Redis server. We use the
info method with the 'memory' argument to get memory information.
Example 2: Getting specific memory stats.
This example is similar to the previous one, but we're extracting and printing specific memory statistics.
Q: How can I reduce memory usage in Redis? A: You can use memory-efficient data types, enable key expiry, and configure Redis for LRU eviction when memory is full.
Q: How often should I check memory stats? A: This depends on your application's needs. However, it's generally good practice to monitor them regularly for any unusual trends or spikes.