Since a C language compiler is required to compile the installation package, to install gcc, first execute the gcc -v command to check whether it is installed
If the installation is not successful, execute yum install -y gcc
Check the gcc version again, the installation is successful
Execute the wget http://download.redis.io/releases/redis-5.0.3.tar.gz command to download the compressed package
Found that the wget command is not installed, execute the yum install -y wget command to install wget.
Then execute the command to download the redis compressed package above
Execute the tar -xvf redis-5.0.3.tar.gz command to decompress.
Switch to the unzipped directory cd redis-5.0.3
Then execute the make command to compile
Execute make install PREFIX=/usr/local/redis to install to the specified directory
Note: Don’t panic when the above prompt appears, the installation has been successful, you can see it in the /usr/local/ directory
At this point, the installation is complete, and then you can start.
Execute the cd /usr/local/redis/bin/ command to enter the bin directory of redis
You can see the same redis-cli and redis-server files in the Windows system, this is the startup file
redis-server is to start the redis service; redis-cli is to start the client connection.
First execute ./redis-server to start the redis service
Create a new session (you must open a new session, because the original session will not end after opening the service) execute the ./redis-cli command to start the redis client connection, and you can operate the redis database
In addition to using the command to start, you can also specify the configuration file to start.