Question: What is the default port used by Redis?


By default, Redis uses port 6379 for client connections. If you want to change this port number to a different value, you can modify the port configuration option in the Redis configuration file (redis.conf). Here's an example of how to change the default port to 6380:

  1. Open the Redis configuration file using your preferred text editor. On Linux systems, you can use the following command to open the file in the nano text editor:

    sudo nano /etc/redis/redis.conf
  2. Find the following line in the configuration file:

    port 6379
  3. Change the port number to your desired value (e.g., 6380):

    port 6380
  4. Save and close the file.

  5. Restart the Redis server to apply the changes:

    sudo systemctl restart redis

After restarting the Redis server, clients will need to use the new port number (6380 in this example) to connect to the server.

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