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redis-6.0.7.tar.gz and redis-6.0.8.tar.gz

About: redis is an advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets.

README.md  (redis-6.0.7):README.md  (redis-6.0.8)
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% make % make
To build with TLS support, you'll need OpenSSL development libraries (e.g. To build with TLS support, you'll need OpenSSL development libraries (e.g.
libssl-dev on Debian/Ubuntu) and run: libssl-dev on Debian/Ubuntu) and run:
% make BUILD_TLS=yes % make BUILD_TLS=yes
To build with systemd support, you'll need systemd development libraries (such To build with systemd support, you'll need systemd development libraries (such
as libsystemd-dev on Debian/Ubuntu or systemd-devel on CentOS) and run: as libsystemd-dev on Debian/Ubuntu or systemd-devel on CentOS) and run:
% make BUILD_WITH_SYSTEMD=yes USE_SYSTEMD=yes % make USE_SYSTEMD=yes
You can run a 32 bit Redis binary using: You can run a 32 bit Redis binary using:
% make 32bit % make 32bit
After building Redis, it is a good idea to test it using: After building Redis, it is a good idea to test it using:
% make test % make test
If TLS is built, running the tests with TLS enabled (you will need `tcl-tls` If TLS is built, running the tests with TLS enabled (you will need `tcl-tls`
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