Hi guys, i am facing this issue when i try to start conductor server on dynomite db with redis backend
[ERROR] 2020-11-10 09:22:47,583 RedisMetadataDAO - refresh TaskDefs failed
com.netflix.dyno.connectionpool.exception.FatalConnectionException: FatalConnectionException: [host=Host [hostname=127.0.0.1, ipAddress=null, port=8102, rack: us-east-1e, datacenter: us-east-1, status: Up, hashtag=null, password=null], latency=0(0), attempts=1]redis.clients.jedis.exceptions.JedisConnectionException: Unexpected end of stream.
My config file is very simple
I am asking here because i think it is an error in the communication between redis and dynomite, that i have started with docker following this guide http://www.dynomitedb.com/docs/dynomite/v0.5.8/quick-start/. Has anyone any idea? Thanks in advance.
Hello guys, after two weeks of searching for a sharding solution for Redis, I finally found Dynomite. It looks very promising! I love the concept of abstracting the sharding logic into a separate layer and treating Redis as a dumb backend :)
Does Dynomite (for Redis) provide support for scaling, i.e., can I add Dynomite/Redis nodes to the existing cluster? How to handle token management and data rebalancing? Is there a manual/automated procedure to achieve this? A link to the documentation/tutorial would be extremely helpful. Thanks!