I’m wondering how the redis caching works under the hood.
I have been searching for it but I’m unable to find it.
Can someone give me a link to some documentation or explain it to me ?
My end goal is to set up a server with multiple nextcloud “instance”, redirected via some domain name (apache2) and I wonder if it’s best to use 1 redis instance:
- per nextcloud instance
- shared for all my nextcloud instance
As usual you find this kind of information in the Nextcloud admin guide and on the Redis homepage
Hello, thanks for your answer.
But it’s not exactly what I was hoping for, I already read those files.
I know how redis works, what I would like to know is what Nextcloud use redis for and how.
In the Nextcloud admin guide it’s written that it’s stored as key values but it’s not what I want to know.
I want to know HOW the cached values are stored, and what does Nextcloud stores.
- Is there an ID for a nextcloud instance in Redis ?
- Can you run multiple instance of nextcloud with only 1 instance of redis ?
- What if you have file with the same name on 2 nextcloud instance ?
Should I look directly at the code ?