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@slow, @scripting

Set the debug mode for subsequent scripts executed with EVAL. Redict includes a complete Lua debugger, codename LDB, that can be used to make the task of writing complex scripts much simpler. In debug mode Redict acts as a remote debugging server and a client, such as redict-cli, can execute scripts step by step, set breakpoints, inspect variables and more - for additional information about LDB refer to the Redict Lua debugger page.

Important note: avoid debugging Lua scripts using your Redict production server. Use a development server instead.

LDB can be enabled in one of two modes: asynchronous or synchronous. In asynchronous mode the server creates a forked debugging session that does not block and all changes to the data are rolled back after the session finishes, so debugging can be restarted using the same initial state. The alternative synchronous debug mode blocks the server while the debugging session is active and retains all changes to the data set once it ends.

  • YES. Enable non-blocking asynchronous debugging of Lua scripts (changes are discarded).
  • !SYNC. Enable blocking synchronous debugging of Lua scripts (saves changes to data).
  • NO. Disables scripts debug mode.

For more information about EVAL scripts please refer to Introduction to Eval Scripts.

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