predisHow can I configure a PHP application to use Redis with a specific timeout?
To configure a PHP application to use Redis with a specific timeout, the following steps should be taken:
Install the Redis extension for PHP. This can be done by running
pecl install redisor by downloading and compiling the source code.
Create a Redis instance and set the timeout:
$redis = new Redis(); $redis->connect('127.0.0.1', 6379); $redis->setOption(Redis::OPT_READ_TIMEOUT, 5);
- Use the Redis instance to interact with the data store:
$redis->set('key', 'value'); $value = $redis->get('key'); echo $value; // Outputs 'value'
- Close the connection when done:
The above code creates a Redis instance and sets the timeout to 5 seconds. It then uses the instance to set and get a value from the data store, and finally closes the connection when done.
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