Redis Cluster uses a failure detector algorithm to monitor the state of master nodes in the cluster. The "redis cluster failure detection" error usually indicates that one or more nodes in your Redis Cluster cannot communicate with other nodes. This can be due to several reasons, including:
Solving the "redis cluster failure detection" error involves identifying and addressing the above causes.
Check Network Connectivity: Make sure all nodes can reach each other over the network. Test network latency and packet loss between nodes. Use tools like
traceroute to identify potential network issues.
Monitor Node Uptime: Check whether any nodes have gone down. You can use the
CLUSTER NODES command or the
INFO command to get information about the running nodes. If a node is down, bring it back online.
Verify Cluster Configuration: Ensure that your cluster configuration is correct. Use the
CLUSTER INFO command to check the cluster status. If you've recently made modifications to the cluster, double-check those changes.
Assess Resource Usage: Monitor your nodes for high CPU usage or memory pressure. If a node is consistently under heavy load, consider scaling up the node or distributing the load more evenly across nodes. Use Redis's
INFO command to check for resource bottlenecks.
Remember to take backups and test any changes in a non-production environment first to prevent further issues.