Function of client of Redis client of the single node edition (channel)


The Redis client of the single node edition sends the Redis server multiple commands at the same time through channels and obtains the results at a time, greatly improving the performance of a single client within the usage scope.

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Whether the number of Redis instances on a single node is configurable
At least one instance and a maximum of 32 instances can be installed on each node. The number of instances on each node is determined by hardware resources. You are advised not to change the number.

Checking clients connected to a node
Procedure for checking clients connected to a node: 1. Log in to DeviceManager. 2. Choose System > Device View. 3. Click the name of a node on the Node List tab page. 4. Click the Clients tab to view client information about the node.

Quantity of Redis nodes
At least three nodes must be deployed in a Redis cluster. The number of Redis nodes varies depending on service requirements.

Controlling the range of nodes connected to each client
The InfoEqualizer feature introduces the concepts of zone and subnet. A zone corresponds to a group of nodes and can have its own domain name and load balancing policy. Clients can send access requests to nodes in a specific zone using the domain name of the zone.

Methods of configuring a WLAN device to log in to another device as an SSH client
Logging in to WLAN devices through SSH (STelnet) implements secure remote login on an insecure network, ensuring data integrity and reliability, and secure data transmission. Users can use local devices to log in to other devices through SSH. There is no difference in the configurations for various device types. For the operation procedure, see: Example for Configuring the Device as the STelnet Client to Log In to Another Device.

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