How to Install Redis Server on Ubuntu 22.04

Redis is a widely used, free, and open-source data storage system that is particularly useful for fast data access and processing in a variety of applications. It’s a memory-based data structure that can function as a database, cache, or message broker, with a reputation for high performance and scalability. If you’re running Ubuntu 22.04 and want to incorporate Redis into your system, the first step is to install the Redis server. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the process of installing Redis on Ubuntu 22.04, using the apt package manager. We’ll also cover how to configure Redis and test its functionality. By the end of the tutorial, you’ll have a fully operational Redis server running on your Ubuntu 22.04 machine, ready to handle your data storage and caching needs.

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Redis server installation on Ubuntu 22.04

After entering the following command in your Terminal on Ubuntu 22.04, Redis server and any necessary dependencies will be installed. Once the installation has finished, you can begin utilizing Redis for your purposes (Make sure to update your repositories beforehand).

sudo apt-get install redis-server

Getting Redis Up and Running

In order to start the Redis server on your Ubuntu 22.04 machine, simply run the following command :


redis server start

If you receive the error ‘Could not create server TCP listening socket *:6379: bind: Address already in use’, feel free to read our article.

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When you use that command, Redis will be launched on the default port. However, if you want to use a specific port for Redis, you can utilize this command instead:

redis-server –port <port_number>

Stopping the Redis server

In order to stop the Redis server, run the command below:

sudo service redis-server stop

redis server stop

To restart the Redis server, simply execute the following command:

sudo service redis-server restart

In order to check the status as we did above, run the command:

sudo service redis-server status



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Marianne elanotta

Marianne is a graduate in communication technologies and enjoys sharing the latest technological advances across various fields. Her programming skills include Java OO and Javascript, and she prefers working on open-source operating systems. In her free time, she enjoys playing chess and computer games with her two children.

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