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  1. Self-hosted Redsmin (Redsmin Enterprise version)

    Redsmin Enterprise is Redsmin on your private network

    Enterprises may want to use Redsmin without exposing their Redis instances to the world.

    Redsmin Enterprise could then be a virtual machine (a Virtual Appliance) pluggable into the enterprise local network and only accessible from inside.

    Because it will be a standalone enterprise version, this plan will be way more expensive than the SaaS version and won't be available before mid-2016.

    If you are interested by it, just post a comment with your own requirements and we will contact you as soon as we have something on this matter.

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  2. Ability to setup a team with different access level for each users

    " I want to invite teammates to my account and make them either admin or readonly."

    -- by Nirmal Natarajan

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  3. Allow multiple users to manage the same instances

    I have my own redsmin account but also manage services for others who use redsmin (in many cases in the future this will likely be on my recommendation) - it would be useful to be able to connect to those instances as well as my own without logging out of my own account and on using their name.

    I suppose, in theory, this could be bodged by installing redis-proxy multiple times but perhaps it would be better if redis-proxy could use more than one key or if there was a simple way to invite another user to access the same…

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  4. [Monitoring] alerts

    For each alerts:

    • [switch] On/Off
    • [select] Redis Info value
    • [value] normal level --> [action]
    • [value] warn level --> [action]
    • [value] crit level --> [action]

    /via @chrstphd

    The [action] could be:
    - an email (it only requires an email address)
    - a command (or a group of command) to run on the redis instance
    - a LUA script to run on the redis instance
    https://redsmin.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/150996-redis-local-javascript-api

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  5. Add monitoring for PubSub commands in Redis

    The primary purpose of Redis in my architecture is for its Publish/Subscribe functionality. I'd like if Redsmin let me monitor the data being passed through my PubSub channels.

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  7. beautify the json values

    say i'm working with a key that has a json-encoded object as a value

    there is the "export to json" button that brings up the textarea from which i can copy the value

    i suggest having a "browse json" or "beautify json" next to it which would bring up something like what https://jsonview.com/ does

    i actually have it installed so i tried a workaround of going to 'data:application/json;{"foo":"bar"}' in my browser but it didn't work saying the json is invalid. so i ended up pasting the json into https://www.functions-online.com/json_decode.html to make it easier to read

    thank you for the amazing…

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  8. Redsmin Light Mobile version

    Features:

    [Proposed by @chazemar]
    - info
    - memory usage
    - flush memory
    - simply execute command and return result as string

    OS: iOS/android/Windows Phone (comment to tell us what development we should prioritize if this idea is accepted)

    5 votes
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  9. Tool that recursively calculate the size of a pattern

    Similare to what du -sh do on Unix systems.
    That could help to know which key pattern is taking up most of your memory.

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  10. Metric comparison

    A way to compare current/past values. My suggestion is a checkbox (this exists in newrelic), which shows instead of the regular graph, 3 lines "current, yessterday, lastweek".

    This is useful to see trends, and also useful to have these 3 as comparing Monday to Sunday traffics might be wrong in many cases...

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  11. add latency / doctor functionality

    Along with the great slowlog, add some more functionality to help in setting up/debugging instances... I wont get into too much detail as the methods are already known and employed by most of us, but having a tool that checks up on things and employs a nice gui to show problems/possible solutions etc would be great...

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  12. Add grouping and manage users / alerts / permissions at the group level

    Similar to how mongo monitoring works. Simple drop down at the top that lets you switch between monitoring groups (dev/test/prod for example) Each group has it's own users and alert settings. Big picture monitoring charts for each instance are on the main page so you can get an overview of your environment and then you can drill down into an instance to get more detailed information.

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  13. Only display available databases in selector

    Hey, it would be nice if only the available databases are displayed in the selector. You could read the value from the redis config and adjust the available database numbers. Would be pretty awesome and easy to implement. :)

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  14. [Redis Shard] Support

    • group graph
    • for a specified shard group, allow the user to configure a sharding JS code that yields the instance name for a key
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  15. Support binary (raw) keys

    Unfortunately, redsmin does not support binary redis keys. You should support binary hash keys (field names) as well.

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  16. Support Geospatial Data

    The GEO* functions (such as GEOADD) operate on sorted sets but the score is a 52bit geohash integer, these are easily identified when viewing sorted sets in Redsmin, so it would be helpful to show the geohash converted to a lat, lon or perhaps even provide an option to view them rendered on a map?

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  17. Setting to always expand "Large value double click to expand"

    All of the values for the keys I'm selecting are "Large values". To browse my entries I click three times: one to select key, two to double click to expand.

    Please have a setting to always expand large values or a setting to specify a size threshold for what defines a "large" value.

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    You are definitely right but what do you mean by “large value” ? Are we talking about string with a size of ~1000 chars, or string with a size of ~10000 chars ? What is the average string size ? And what would be the best user-interface for displaying them?

  18. use charts with 2 y scales (left - right)

    When I try to visualize 2 quantities i.e. the number of connected clients and the memory usage the scale makes it impossible (memory in the millions, connected clients under 100). Not sure what is the best solution, plus if you add more quantities there may be no solution at all, but 2 different y scales (e.g. memory on the left, connection on the right) may improve things

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  19. Upgrade the LUA tools

    Hey guys redsmin has been extremely helpful in getting my lua scripts up and running but two things I would like to suggest:
    1) Have the log files scroll to the bottom automatically or reverse the order
    2) Have an option of clearing the logs
    3) Would be great to run MONITOR in a separate pane to monitor the output of 'echo' calls OR pipe those back into the log.

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  20. [Monitoring] Exports data

    • Is there a standard format for exporting monitoring data ?

    /via @chrstphd

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