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Azure Cache for Redis client-side issues

This article will guide you on troubleshoot Azure #Cache for Redis client for issues and fix common Redis #error.

Azure Cache for Redis gives you the ability to use a secure open source Redis cache. It is a dedicated offering managed by Microsoft, to build highly scalable and responsive applications by providing you super-fast access to your data.

All #Redis #data resides in the server's main memory, in contrast to databases such as PostgreSQL, Cassandra, MongoDB and others that store most data on disk or on SSDs.

The way to test for this in Redis is to simply query the key. If the key is empty, populate it. If it is a string use get (or exists).

To configure a storage account for your cache metrics:

1. In the Azure Cache for Redis page, under the Monitoring heading, select Diagnostics.

2. Select + Add diagnostic setting.

3. Name the settings.

4. Check Archive to a storage account.

5. Select Configure to choose the storage account in which to store the cache metrics.

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Data Loss through Partial loss of keys in Azure Cache for Redis

This article will guide you on the different methods to fix data loss in #Azure #Cache for #Redis which can happen due to a number of reasons like Redis instance failure, incorrect #database selection, and so on. 

Redis server saves all its data to HDD from time to time, thus providing some level of persistence. It saves data in one of the following cases: automatically from time to time. when you manually call BGSAVE command.

Redis does not use #tables, and stores data in #memory, and is not limited by the hard #disk I / O speed when reading and writing #data, so the speed is extremely fast.

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