Norbert Buchmüller
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NAME

URI::redis - URI for Redis connection info

SYNOPSIS

 use URI::redis;
 
 $url = URI->new('redis://redis.example.com?password=correcthorsebatterystaple');

 $url = URI->new('redis://redis.example.com?db=5&password=correcthorsebatterystaple');

 $url = URI->new('redis+unix:///tmp/redis.sock?db=5&password=correcthorsebatterystaple');
 

DESCRIPTION

The URI::redis class supports URI objects belonging to the redis and redis+unix URI scheme.

Such URLs are used to encode connection info (redis: host, port, password, database, redis+unix: socket path, password, database) to Redis servers.

Supported URLs are in any of these formats:

redis://HOST[:PORT][?db=DATABASE[&password=PASSWORD]]
redis://HOST[:PORT][?password=PASSWORD[&db=DATABASE]]
redis://[:PASSWORD@]HOST[:PORT][/DATABASE]
redis://[:PASSWORD@]HOST[:PORT][?db=DATABASE]
redis://HOST[:PORT]/DATABASE[?password=PASSWORD]

A TCP connection, see http://www.iana.org/assignments/uri-schemes/prov/redis.

The port defaults to 6379 and the host defaults to "localhost".

redis+unix://[:PASSWORD@]SOCKET_PATH[?db=DATABASE]
redis+unix://SOCKET_PATH[?db=DATABASE[&password=PASSWORD]]
redis+unix://SOCKET_PATH[?password=PASSWORD[&db=DATABASE]]

A Unix domain socket connection.

METHODS

In addition to the methods inherited from URI, it provides the following methods:

database

Returns the database number from the path or the db query param.

Returns 0 if no database is specified.

database_from_path

Returns the database number encoded in the path part of the URI. Only works if the path is in the format ^ / \d+.

Returns undef if no database can be parsed from the path.

database_from_query

Returns the database number from the db query param.

Returns undef if no db query param, or it has no value set.

password

Returns the password from the userinfo or the password query param.

password_from_userinfo

Returns the password part of the "userinfo" in URI.

password_from_query

Returns the password from the password query param.

socket_path

Returns the Unix domain socket path.

Returns undef if the URI is not of the 'redis+unix' scheme.

SEE ALSO

URI

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2016 Norbert Buchmueller.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.