Understanding redis persistent /data folder

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RonObvious
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Understanding redis persistent /data folder

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Hi,

I deployed mayan edms in kubernetes by manually converting the docker compose file to a kubernetes resource configuration yaml. The installation works well, I just noticed that the persistent /data folder of the redis container remains empty.

Does this point to a problem, or is it to be expected for a new installation? By now I have only a couple of documents stored.

This is the redis command line as specified in the deployment:

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                "args": [
                    "redis-server",
                    "--appendonly",
                    "no",
                    "--databases",
                    "2",
                    "--maxmemory",
                    "100mb",
                    "--maxclients",
                    "500",
                    "--maxmemory-policy",
                    "allkeys-lru",
                    "--save",
                    "",
                    "--tcp-backlog",
                    "256",
                    "--requirepass",
                    "$(REDIS_PASSWORD)"
                ],
Thanks for your help!
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