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    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    @plantroon what was happening is under high load things get queued. But it wasn’t actively flushing out the queued replication commands.
    PLANTROON
    @plantroon
    I will try updating then, thanks.
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    @plantroon also i really recommend memtier for benchmarking. KeyDB-benchmark is really just there because it’s needed in the tests. The numbers aren’t as accurate.
    PLANTROON
    @plantroon
    I was trying to test if the replication survives the benchmark, I wasn't running it for the results :D
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    Fair enough :). It’s a good test - I wish I did it a lot earlier.
    Negash
    @Negashev
    @JohnSully Is there progress in saving master master node information?
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    try out "config rewrite" (and related commands) and see if it behaves how you want. I just tested and it does write out the multiple "replicaof"
    I think I did work on this a while back but my memory is a bit fuzzy, its been a while
    but I think @Negashev the config rewrite stuff is what we talked about right?
    Negash
    @Negashev
    Maybe)
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    If its not working how you want please open an issue with the feature request. Sometimes I forget things we chat about here if it takes too long to get to it. The issue helps track it.
    Negash
    @Negashev
    Good, I understand you, I'll try to play around with the config rewrite
    Negash
    @Negashev
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    another issue with it returning nil?
    Negash
    @Negashev
    Sorry, forget results
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    I'm working on an SSL module for KeyDB + Redis to allow encryption
    John Sully
    @JohnSully
    SSL module is now available: https://github.com/JohnSully/modssl
    I had to do some crazy things to make it work but hopefully I can work with Antirez to expand the module API.
    Negash
    @Negashev
    Any ideas for dynamic discovery of new nodes? by dns?
    Negash
    @Negashev
    And auto create master-master
    https://docs.keydb.dev/docs/multi-master
    And do I understand correctly that you need to do only once replicaof and if you make a replicaof the local host, it will also cause an error? Is there any way to get rid of this problem?
    Negash
    @Negashev
    @JohnSully ?
    Vasilios Tzanoudakis
    @vtzan
    Hi, I was wondering if KeyDB supports RENAME Redis Command on Active-active or Multimaster mode. thank you in advance
    Hemraj Kerkar
    @reoxey
    Hi, Is there any nodejs package for KeyDB? Thanks
    ibsusu
    @ibsusu
    hello I'm wondering about using AOF and RDB along with the scratch file
    is there something that could tell me whether I should use them all at once or whether using aof and the scratch file is enough
    Stuart Williams (CTT)
    @stuwilliams-clgx
    It would be nice if there was a place where we could download just the CLI. I looked around and did not see one? Is there one?
    Wasim Baig
    @wasimbaig
    Hi guys, using keydb to replace a redis installation. My requirement is to have 4 keydb on 2 vm, all replicated (but I can live with writing on only one keydb of each vm, ideally both). So I setup 2 VMs, A and B. A has two KeyDB on it A1 and A2, and same for B(B1, B2). Active-active between A1:B1. And, A2 is replicaof A1, and B2 is replicaof B1. SET testkey 123 on A1, its replicated on A2 and B1. But not on B2. What am I missing here?
    Greg TAPPERO
    @coulix
    Hello there, I migrated redis to keydb, all is working as expected. I had one question, is keydb going to continue working when I reach the max memory available (maxmemory) ? Is there anyway to make it work with disk instead of ram.
    Werner Barnard
    @wernerbarnard_twitter
    Haai - are there perhaps any more detailed docs on running active-active using docker swarm and auto-scaling, i.e. the configuration is linked to all containers under a swarm service, not specific IP addresses (as those might change) ?