Version 1.0.4 (2016-05-30)
Added new profile for Redis 3.2 with its new commands:
The default server profile for Predis is still the one for Redis 3.0 you must
profile client option to
3.2 when initializing the client in order
to be able to use them when connecting to Redis 3.2.
Various improvements in the handling of redis-cluster:
If the connection to a specific node fails when executing a command, the client tries to connect to another node in order to refresh the slots map and perform a new attempt to execute the command.
Connections to nodes can be preassigned to non-contiguous slot ranges via
slots parameter using a comma separator. This is how it looks like
FIX: broken values returned by
iterating hash keys containing integer fields (PR #330, ISSUE #331).
FIX: prevent failures when
commands with holes in their arguments (e.g.
[0 => 'key:0', 2 => 'key:2']).
The same fix has been applied to
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