The error message "redis cluster not reachable" is typically caused by one or more of the following issues:
Incorrect Configuration: The Redis configuration might be incorrect, including incorrect hostnames, IP addresses, or port numbers.
Network Issues: There could be network connectivity issues between your application and the Redis cluster. This may include firewalls, network routing issues, or internet service provider (ISP) problems.
Cluster Down: One or more nodes in the Redis cluster might be down or unresponsive.
Insufficient Resources: The Redis cluster might be running out of resources like CPU, memory, or disk space causing it to become unresponsive.
Solutions corresponding to the causes mentioned above would be:
Check Configuration: Verify that your Redis configuration is correct - the hostnames, IP addresses, and ports should match those of your actual Redis servers.
Test Network Connectivity: Try to ping the servers from your application machine. If it fails, there could be a network issue. Check firewalls and other network equipment for proper configuration. You can use tools like
telnet for diagnosing network issues.
Inspect Cluster Health: Use the Redis command-line interface (CLI) to check the status of each node in the Redis cluster. The 'CLUSTER INFO' command can provide you with information about the health of the cluster. If any node is down, you need to bring it back up or replace it.
Monitor Resources: Monitor the resource usage on your Redis servers. If any resources are running low, upgrade your server or optimize your Redis usage to reduce resource consumption. Redis specific tools like
redis-stat can help you with this.
Remember to test your application after applying each solution to determine whether the issue has been resolved.