The error message 'redis string cannot hold any value beyond a length' is usually encountered when attempting to set a value on a key in Redis that exceeds the maximum length limit for strings. By default, Redis strings can hold values up to 512MB in size. When you try to store a larger value, Redis will return this error message.
It's worth noting that the maximum size of a string in Redis can be configured in the Redis configuration file by setting the
maxmemory-policy parameters. If these parameters are set to a lower value than the size of the value you're trying to store, you'll encounter this error.
To resolve this error, you need to reduce the size of the value you're trying to store in Redis. There are several ways to do this, depending on your specific use case.
One solution is to split the value into smaller chunks and store each chunk as a separate key-value pair in Redis. You can then retrieve the individual chunks and assemble them back into the original value as needed. Another solution is to use a different Redis data type that supports larger values, such as a Redis hash or list. Additionally, you may need to adjust your Redis configuration settings to allow for larger string values if your use case requires it.