I’ve just achieved one more Redis installation today, and as the previous ones, I had to browse the WEB again, looking for the same pieces of information.
You’ll find below my Redis-installation-memo (at least for me, in the future).
No slow listening TCP sockets. Only a hardened UNIX one.
No boot warnings. Only Linux kernel tweaks.
Not so many databases. Only what we usually need.
No hand-made Bash scripts for standalone program administration. Only a systemd-supervised instance.
A procedure powered by Debian
EDIT 2019-11-11 : This post has been updated, extending compatibility to Debian Buster !
EDIT 2021-08-07 : This post has been updated (again), according to Debian Bullseye new requirements. You may browse previous revisions of it here.
At this time the server should be up and running, you may want to check that everything went fine this way :
For Redis usage from PHP-based applications you’ll need :
No conclusion. It should work, even for you, young Web-wanderer.