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2.13.5.10. Configuring Redis in Drupal

To enable support Redis in Drupal, do this:

  1. Copy the link to the archive with the appropriate version of the Redis module below of this page.
  2. Open the site admin panel.
  3. Go to the section "Extensions» («Extend»).
  4. Click "Install new module» («Install new module»).
  5. Paste the copied link into the “Install with URL-addresses» («Install from a URL»).
  6. Click "Install» («Install»).
  7. Wait for the installation to complete.
  8. In section "Extensions» («Extend") Find" Redis "in the list, check the box next to it and at the bottom of the page click"Install» («Install»).
  9. At the end of the file sites/default/settings.php add code like this:
    $settings['redis.connection']['host'] = '/home/example/.system/redis.sock';
    $settings['redis.connection']['port'] = NULL;
    $settings['cache']['default'] = 'cache.backend.redis';
    $settings['redis.connection']['base'] = 8;

    In the line with the parameter host instead example indicate hosting account namein which the site is hosted.