PHPRedMin is a simple web interface to manage and monitor your Redis.
Gearman application framework
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Note: PHPRedmin is mostly compatible with phpredis redis module for PHP
You can use docker to run PHPRedmin as a one-liner program:
docker run -p 8080:80 -d --name phpredmin -e "PHPREDMIN_DATABASE_REDIS_0_HOST=192.168.1.6" -e "PHPREDMIN_AUTH_USERNAME=root" sasanrose/phpredmin
And then you can just easily point your broswer to http://localhost:8080
Note: As you can see you can use ENV variables to override any configuration directive of PHPRedmin. For instance in the aforementioned command we changed the redis host and authentication username.
Moreover, you can just use docker compose to also setup a redis container:
version: '2' services: phpredmin: image: sasanrose/phpredmin environment: - PHPREDMIN_DATABASE_REDIS_0_HOST=redis ports: - "8080:80" depends_on: - redis redis: image: redis
Just drop phpredmin in your webserver's root directory and point your browser to it (You also need phpredis installed)
Apache configuration example (/etc/httpd/conf.d/phpredmin.conf):
# phpredmin - Simple web interface to manage and monitor your Redis # # Allows only localhost by default Alias /phpredmin /var/www/phpredmin/public <Directory /var/www/phpredmin/> AllowOverride All <IfModule mod_authz_core.c> # Apache 2.4 <RequireAny> Require ip localhost Require local </RequireAny> </IfModule> <IfModule !mod_authz_core.c> # Apache 2.2 Order Deny,Allow Deny from All Allow from 127.0.0.1 Allow from ::1 </IfModule> </Directory>
Note: If your redis server is on an IP or port other than defaults (localhost:6379), you should edit config.php file
By default, the dashboard is password protected using Basic Authentication Mechanism, with the default username and password set to
You can find the
auth config section inside the
config.dist.php file, below is the default configuration:
... $config = array( ... 'auth' => array( 'username' => 'admin', 'password' => password_hash('admin', PASSWORD_DEFAULT) ), ... ); ...
auth section in the config file to disable the protection.
Note: You should use the password_hash function with your desired password and store the result in the
password key, instead of storing the plaintext password as in the code above.
You can add as many redis servers as you want to your config.php file and choose between the defined servers from the menu available on the left side of all pages in PHPRedMin:
We must credit Eugene Fidelin for his great contributions to implement this feature
Note: If you want this feature to work, you have to setup the cron to gather data from your redis server as follows:
* * * * * root cd /var/www/phpredmin/public && php index.php cron/index
CPU And Clients
Keys and Connections
PHPRedMin provides you with a web-base redis console. This functionality takes advantage of PHP's
exec function. Although, all the commands are escaped for security, you can disable terminal from configuration file. In addition, you can set history limit or disable history by setting it to 0:
Information about your redis setup
View your redis runtime configurations
Find slow redis commands
Note: PHPRedMin uses eval to fetch slow log. So to use this feature you need redis version >= 2.6.0
You can easily switch between databases belonging to different servers easily:
You can flush selected database or all databases. You can also save database to a file on disk:
The search box will let you to easily search keys in the selected database:
Note: Becareful, since this still doesn't support pagination, try to limit your search otherwise if your search result is too long (e.g. *) then your browser might crash.
The search results will be shown to you as a table. In this table besides the basic information about each key, PHPRedMin provides you with some actions:
- Expire (Sets TTL for a key)
- View (Shows keys' value/values and lets you manipulate it/them)
- Move (Moves key to another database)
From the main page of PHPRedMin you can add different types of key-values.
View keys' values
PHPRedMin makes it easier for you to manage your lists, hashes, sets and sorted sets. After searching for a special key, you can choose view action to see the contents of that key (According to its type) and manipulate them.
Note: This supports pagination
Note: This supports pagination
Note: Thanks to Ahmed Hamdy you can now edit members of a set
Note: This supports pagination
This feature lets you delete a key or a bunch of keys using wild cards
Note: This feature needs gearman. You have to both install gearman and php gearman extension
You can run gearman worker using the following command:
php index.php gearman/index
You can also setup a service for this command. I prefer supervisord to make it always running. Here is my config file:
[program:phpredmin] directory=/var/www/phpredmin/public command=php index.php gearman/index process_name=%(program_name)s numprocs=1 stdout_logfile=/var/log/supervisor/phpredmin.log autostart=true autorestart=true user=sasan
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@davison Sorry for delay. What is the output of docker logs?
When I run the docker image (1.2.3) and access the server, I get the login prompt which allows me to login, but I only get response headers and hence no output in the browser. Headers show that a
phpredminsession cookie is set, the response code is 200 and the Content-Length is 0.
Is there additional config needed?