In Node.js, you might want to monitor the total number of commands processed by your Redis server. This can help you understand the load on your Redis server and optimize its performance as necessary.
info command in Redis returns various information about the server, one of which is
total_commands_processed. Here's how you can get this data using Node.js:
Example 1: Using a Redis client library such as
In this code, we're requesting the 'Stats' section from the INFO command, which includes
total_commands_processed. We split the result into an array of lines, find the one that starts with 'total_commands_processed', and print the value after the colon.
Keep these best practices in mind when using Redis:
infotoo frequently in your application because it's a relatively expensive command. Consider setting up a separate system monitoring process if you constantly need this kind of information.
infofunction. Always make sure to handle these errors appropriately.
total_commands_processed gives you the total commands processed by the server, not for a specific database.