The error message 'redis auth failed' typically occurs when the Redis instance is not configured with the correct authentication credentials or if the password provided is incorrect. Redis mandates authentication for clients to access its database, and this error message is generated if the authentication fails. Apart from this, network connectivity issues, firewall restrictions that block the Redis port (default port 6379), or permission issues that prevent Redis from reading the configuration file can also cause this error.
To fix the 'redis auth failed' error, follow these steps:
By taking these measures, you should be able to diagnose and resolve the 'redis auth failed' error. If you encounter persistent issues, consult the Redis documentation or seek assistance from a Redis expert.