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    redix-ex

    0.0.2 • Public • Published

    redis-ex-cli

    Redix-ex-cli is a utility command which manipulates multiple keys of Redis Database through command-line-interface.

    You can pick up the keys with regular expression, rename / copy / delete them, or export the keys. Also set / delete one hash value for multiple keys at one time.

    Install

    $> npm -g install redis-ex-cli

    How to use this?

    At the first, you need to connect to your redis server.

    $> redis-ex-cli
     
    (disconnect)>> server localhost
     
    localhost >>

    Then select database index if you need.

    localhost >> select 1

    After that, list up the keys that you want.

    localhost >> keys *

    Quick Example

    $> redis-ex-cli
    (disconnect) >> server localhost
     
    localhost >> select 1
    select DB index : 1
     
    localhost >> keys *
    SESSION:1vIXgUzvFGtts3zFAAAA
    SESSION:2Cy5087yyEjkgdhDAAAF
    SESSION:rGPYg2paEG9YtZZFAAAA
    SYSTEM:OAUTH2
    logs:2014:1120:12-40-00
    logs:2014:1120:23-04-38
    logs:2014:1121:10-42-31
    logs:2014:1121:10-42-34
    logs:2014:1121:10-42-35
     
    localhost >> keys del logs:2014:1121:*
    [del]logs:2014:1121:10-42-31
    [del]logs:2014:1121:10-42-34
    [del]logs:2014:1121:10-42-35
     
    Do you want to delete [N]/Y

    Commands

    quit

    Quit from redis-ex-cli

    server :host

    Connect to the :host server with port 6379

    (disconnect) >> server localhost
    localhost >>

    server :host :port

    Connect to the :host server with the specified :port

    (disconnect) >> server myhost.com 123456
    myhost.com >>

    select :index

    Select the DB with having the specified zero-based numeric index. New connections always use DB 0

    localhost >> select 1
    select DB index : 1

    keys :regexp

    keys lists up the keys matched with :regexp.

    localhost >> keys logs:2015:0404:1[7-8].*
    logs:2015:0404:17-40-42
    logs:2015:0404:17-41-55
    logs:2015:0404:17-56-05
    logs:2015:0404:18-01-36
    logs:2015:0404:18-06-26
    logs:2015:0404:18-11-17
    logs:2015:0404:18-12-25
    logs:2015:0404:18-13-17
    logs:2015:0404:18-15-07

    keys export :regexp

    keys export generates the command sets that reproduce the keys matched with :regexp.

    localhost >> keys export logs:2015:0404:1[7-8].*

    keys export :regexp :filename

    You may want to save paticular key-value pairs to a file.

    localhost >> keys export logs:2015:0404:1[7-8].* 20150404-from17to18.log

    keys import :filename

    keys import loads the :filename, then executes the command lines one by one.

    localhost >> keys import 20150404-from17to18.log

    keys del :regexp

    keys del deletes the keys that matched with :regexp.

    localhost >> keys del logs:2015:0404:1[7-8].*
     
     
    [del]logs:2015:0404:17-40-42
    [del]logs:2015:0404:17-41-55
    [del]logs:2015:0404:17-56-05
    [del]logs:2015:0404:18-01-36
    [del]logs:2015:0404:18-06-26
    [del]logs:2015:0404:18-11-17
    [del]logs:2015:0404:18-12-25
    [del]logs:2015:0404:18-13-17
    [del]logs:2015:0404:18-15-07
     
    Do you want to delete [N]/Y

    keys copy :regexp :newkey

    keys copy copies the keys that matched with :regexp to :newkey You can use regular expression to the :newkey value with grouping.

    localhost >> keys copy logs:2015:04* logs:test:
     
    [copy]logs:2015:0401:06-59-46 --> logs:test:01:06-59-46
    [copy]logs:2015:0406:07-09-22 --> logs:test:06:07-09-22
    [copy]logs:2015:0401:07-11-43 --> logs:test:01:07-11-43
    [copy]logs:2015:0401:07-12-36 --> logs:test:01:07-12-36
     
    Do you want to copy [N]/Y

    keys rename :regexp :replace

    keys rename renames the keys that matched with :regexp to :replace You can use regular expression to the :replace value with grouping.

    localhost >> keys rename logs:2014:04(.*) logs:2015:05$1:test
     
    [rename]logs:2014:0401:06-59-46 --> logs:2015:0501:06-59-46:test
    [rename]logs:2014:0401:07-11-43 --> logs:2015:0501:07-11-43:test
    [rename]logs:2014:0401:07-12-36 --> logs:2015:0501:07-12-36:test
     
    Do you want to rename [N]/Y

    keys hset :regexp :field :value

    keys hset sets the :value to the :field that matched with :regexp

    localhost >>keys hset logs:2015:04* isTest true
     
    [hset]logs:2015:0401:06-59-46
    [hset]logs:2015:0401:07-01-02
    [hset]logs:2015:0401:07-11-43
    [hset]logs:2015:0401:07-12-36
     
    Do you want to set values [N]/Y

    keys hdel :regexp :field

    keys hdel deletes the :field from the keys that matched with :regexp.

    localhost >>keys hdel logs:* isTest
     
    [hdel]logs:2015:0401:06-59-46
    [hdel]logs:2015:0401:07-01-02
    [hdel]logs:2015:0401:07-11-43
    [hdel]logs:2015:0401:07-12-36
     
    Do you want to delete [N]/Y

    keys hsearch :regexp :field :value

    keys hsearch find the keys that have the :field contains :value. You can specify the :value with regular expression.

    For example, if you want to find the keys that the phone number stated with 310-:

    localhost >>keys hsearch logs:2015:04* sendto ^310\-.*
     
    logs:2015:0401:13-45-17
    logs:2015:0401:15-02-59
    logs:2015:0402:14-09-03
    logs:2015:0404:15-20-56
    logs:2015:0404:17-41-55
    logs:2015:0404:17-56-05
    logs:2015:0405:11-32-43
    logs:2015:0405:14-50-55
    logs:2015:0405:14-54-07

    Install

    npm i redix-ex

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