I'm trying to install the forum for windows but when I get to the stage of connecting data to the forum then pretending to tap something
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Problem with Redis upgrade
Hey guys, today I tried to update Persona Theme, but it gave me error (Nodebb not updated).
I have update NodeBB (sudo git checkout 0.7.x), but it doesn't start. In the log there is an error:
Your Redis version is not new enough to support NodeBB, please upgrade Redis to v2.8.9 or higher.
On my server there is Ubuntu Server 14.04 and the latest version of Redis is 2.8.4.
I have downloaded Redis 2.8.21 from official website and I have upgraded Redis; but when I start NodeBB, in the log there is the same error
(Your Redis version is not new enough to support NodeBB, please upgrade Redis to v2.8.9 or higher.).
What can I do?
Excuse for my English.
drew last edited by
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:chris-lea/redis-server
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install redis-server
Thank you! Now it works!
Thanks @drew that worked fine for c9 but for the life of me I cant get it working in Openshift.
The docs end up installing 2.6 and I found 2.8.8 but I need 2.8.9....bumma
Oh and on that, looks like the install docs need updating.
PS...this is freakn sweet!
drew last edited by
@PAEz Sorry, not really used OpenShift before so can't advise.
Bumma, I have no idea what Im doing.
I installed redis with this catridge...
..updated it, which makes it 2.8.21 and still it says it needs version 2.8.9 or above?
Redis-cli works, but NodeBB still bitchs....
2/8 10:02  - error: Your Redis version is not new enough to support Node BB, please upgrade Redis to v2.8.9 or higher.
jarey last edited by
@PAEz You can install the 3.0.2 version of redis on openshift, for example pointing this repo https://github.com/gerardogc2378/openshift-redis-cart, there's a tutorial explayning how to do it on openshift blog. (https://blog.openshift.com/enabling-redis-for-your-app/)
@jarey I tried that cartridge and it wont install at all...check the issues.
Got it working!!!! (NodeBB that is) http://nodebb-paez.rhcloud.com/ names prolly gonna change to forum if that links doesnt work.
Try these two.....
One problem I only just noticed trying to install nodebb was that nodejs wasnt actually finishing its compiling....that prolly caused a bunch of my probs...mainly the liwp not working.
That redis is at 2.8.13 so up to date and is forked off the one recommended.