edit 8083 tcp to 2086
Then open nginx config file for edit port
sudo nano /usr/local/vesta/nginx/conf/nginx.conf
edit port 8083 to something like 2086
then restart vestcp service like below.
sudo service vesta restart
sudo service nginx restart
yum update; yum install git
After the installation of the git, download the source code of Redis.
git clone http://github.com/antirez/redis/
yum groupinstall “Development Tools”
Once this package is installed, make and install Redis.
sudo make; sudo make install
First let’s make sure your server is up to date.
sudo yum update
Now we make sure that yum-utils is installed
sudo yum install yum-utils
If it’s already installed, great move on to the next step, if not then allow it to install.
Now we can enable remi-php70
sudo yum-config-manager –enable remi-php70
Now we can tell yum to update, this will upgrade our old version of PHP to 7
sudo yum update
sudo service php-fpm restart
I’ll show you, how to install and configure Redis on Ubuntu 16.04. Redis is an in-memory data structure store primarily used as a database and cache. Installing Redis on Ubuntu 16.04 is an easy task, just follow the steps bellow and you should install, configure and use Redis on Ubuntu 16.04.
1. Connect via SSH
Connect to your Linux server via SSH, resynchronize the package index files from their sources and install the newest versions of all packages that are currently installed on your server by using the following commands:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
Once the upgrade is completed you can move on to the next step.
2. Install Redis on Ubuntu 16.04
Installing Redis on an Ubuntu VPS is simple. Run the command below to install Redis on your machine:
sudo apt-get install redis-server
If you are planning on using Redis as an object cache for WordPress or any other PHP-based application, you need to install the following package too:
sudo apt-get install php-redis
3. Configure Redis as a cache on Ubuntu 16.04
To configure Redis as a cache you need to edit the /etc/redis/redis.conf file. We will use nano as a text editor for this purpose, but you can use any text editor of your choice.
sudo nano /etc/redis/redis.conf
To configure the max memory for Redis as well as how Redis will select what to remove when the max memory is reached, add the following lines at the end of the file:
In this example, Redis will remove any key according to the LRU algorithm when the max memory of 128mb is reached. Save and close the file, then restart the Redis service:
sudo systemctl restart redis-server.service
Next, enable Redis on system boot:
sudo systemctl enable redis-server.service