rebrow - Python-Flask-based Browser for Redis Content
Built for the developer who needs to look into a Redis store.
Allows for inspection and deletion of keys and follows PubSub messages. Also displays
some runtime and configuration information.
- Web based
- Runs in Python 2.7
- Lightweight requirements
- Search for keys using patterns
- Delete single keys
- Show PubSub messages
- Show server statistics
git clone https://github.com/marians/rebrow.git cd rebrow virtualenv venv source venv/bin/activate pip install -r requirements.txt python runserver.py
Then open 127.0.0.1:5001.
Running as Docker container
If you run redis in a Docker container, the recommended way is to run rebrow in it's own Docker container, too.
You can use the ready-made public image marian/rebrow.
Alternatively, the provided
Dockerfile can be used to create the according image. The
Makefile contains example commands to build the image and run a container from the image.
When running the image, make sure to get your links right. For example, if your redis server is running in a container named
myredis, start your rebrow container like this:
docker run --rm -ti -p 5001:5001 --link myredis:myredis marian/rebrow
Then access rebrow via
http://<your-docker-ip>:5001/ and set the host name in the login screen to
MIT licensed. See file LICENSE for details.