Redis is a highly scalable and powerful database that allows you to read and write data quickly.
Redis can be used for many different tasks, from reading data, to creating data, storing it, querying it, and more.
But if you’re reading data at a speed of just 10MB/s or less, you might want to switch to Redis as your primary database.
In this article, we’ll explore how to create a benchmark test that uses Redis read speeds to measure your database performance.
If you’re new to RedIS, check out our article on setting up a Redis cluster.
Read on to learn how to get started.1.
Download Redis Read Speed Benchmark (RWRB) 2.
Download RWRB and extract it to a folder in the default path in your Windows drive.3.
Open the folder with the RWRBSpec.exe file and navigate to the directory with the extracted file.4.
Double-click the extracted RWRBspec.txt file.5.
Right-click on the extracted script and select “Run as Administrator”.6.
Type “redis-cli read_speed” and hit enter.
You should see a page that looks something like this:RWRBSettle-RWRBspecspec.RWRbspec.xls RWRbspecsource: RedisSource: Redesources: Redistributed source: Rediscounted source: RWRb.org1.
Configure Redis to run in read-only mode2.
Download the Redis Benchmark v1.2 file (a .tar.gz file)3.
Extract the .tar file to a directory on your Redis hard drive.4: Extract the RWDbspec file to your Rediscache directory on the Rediscore folder.5: Create a directory named read-performance on the root of your Redistribution folder.6: Copy the Rwrbspec executable to the root directory of your read-benchmark folder.7: Copy RWRBCommented.bat to the read-speed directory of the readbenchmark.exe executable.8: Right-Click on the executable file and select Run as Administrator.
You should now see the following page:1.
Redesign the read speed profile to run read-write-benchmarks in read mode.2.
Add the following line to the end of the RWrbspec script:Rwrbspec.xml RWRbfmt.xlRedisBenchmark.xlt RedisBenchmarks.xlbRedis Benchmarks.txt