Install Redis Enterprise Software
After you plan your deployment, download a Redis Enterprise Software installation package, and finish installation preparation:
Install the Redis Enterprise Software package on one of the nodes in the cluster.
Repeat this process for each node in the cluster.
For installation on machines without an internet connection, see Offline installation.
Permissions and access
Redis Enterprise Software installation creates the
redislabs:redislabsuser and group.
Assigning other users to the
redislabsgroup is optional. Users belonging to the
redislabsgroup have permission to read and execute (e.g. use the
rladminstatus command) but are not allowed to write (or delete) files or directories.
Redis Enterprise Software is certified to run with permissions set to
750, an industry standard.Warning -Do not reduce permissions to
700. This configuration has not been tested and is not supported.
More info and options
If you’ve already installed Redis Enterprise Software, you can also:
To learn more about customization and find answers to related questions, see:
- CentOS/RHEL Firewall configuration
- Change socket file location
- Cluster DNS configuration
- Cluster load balancer setup
- File locations
- Supported platforms
- Manage installation questions
- mDNS client prerequisites
- User and group ownership
After your cluster is set up with nodes, you can: