The error "cannot connect to Redis server Windows" usually occurs due to one of the following reasons: misconfiguration in the
redis.conf file, incorrect firewall settings blocking connections, incorrect binding IP address, an outdated or incompatible version of Redis, or the Redis service not running on your system. Connectivity issues arise when your application cannot establish a connection with the Redis server instance, which is essential for proper functioning.
To resolve the "cannot connect to Redis server Windows" error, follow these steps:
redis.conffile for proper configuration, including the
binddirective (if needed) and
Dragonfly is fully compatible with the Redis ecosystem and requires no code changes to implement.