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KeyDB server

Synopsis

keydb-server [ configuration_file ] [ options ] [ --sentinel ]

keydb-sentinel [ configuration_file ] [ options ]

Description

KeyDB is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as database, cache and message broker, found at https://docs.keydb.dev/

The keydb-server command is a command line to launch a KeyDB server.

The keydb-sentinel command is a symbolic link to the keydb-server command which imply the --sentinel option.

Options

-

Read configuration from stdin.

--sentinel

Run in sentinel mode

--test-memory megabytes

Run a memory check and exit.

--help
-h

Output this help and exit.

--version
-v

Output version and exit.

All parameters described in keydb.conf file can be passed as command line option, e.g. --port port

Examples

Run the server with default conf

keydb-server

Run the server with a configuration file

keydb-server /etc/keydb/6379.conf

Run the server changing some default options

keydb-server --port 7777 --replicaof 127.0.0.1 8888

Run the server with a configuration file and changing some options

keydb-server /etc/mykeydb.conf --loglevel verbose

Run in sentinel mode

keydb-server /etc/sentinel.conf --sentinel

See Also

keydb.conf(5)

Bugs

See: https://docs.keydb.dev/ and https://github.com/JohnSully/KeyDB/issues

Referenced By

keydb.conf(5).

The man page keydb-sentinel(1) is an alias of keydb-server(1).

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