This section explains how you can:

  • Import data into your Redis Enterprise Software (RS) database
  • Export from your database to another data store
  • Flush your data out of your database

    Importing Data into a Database

    You can import export or backup files of a specific Redis Enterprise Software (RS) database to restore data. You can either import from a single file or from multiple files, such as when you want to import from a backup of a clustered database. Warning - Importing data erases all existing content in the database. Importing data into a database To import data into a database:

    Scheduled Backups

    You can manually export your data from a specific Redis Enterprise Software (RS) database at any time. You can also schedule backups of your databases to make sure you always have valid backups. The backup process can be scheduled for every 1, 4, 12 or 24 hours from the time that you save the backup configuration. You can schedule backups to these locations: FTP server SFTP server Amazon S3 Local mount point OpenStack Swift (Object Storage) Azure Blob Storage Google Cloud Storage The backup process creates compressed (.

    Exporting Data From a Database

    You can schedule backups of a specific Redis Enterprise Software (RS) database to make sure you always have valid backups. You can also export the data from a specific database at any time. You can export a database to these locations: FTP server SFTP server Amazon AWS S3 Local mount point OpenStack Swift (Object Storage) Azure Blob Storage Google Cloud Storage The backup process creates compressed (.gz) RDB files that you can import into a database.

    Flushing Database Data

    To delete the data in a database without deleting the database configuration, you can flush the data from the database. Warning - The flush command deletes ALL in-memory and persistence data in the database. We recommend that you backup your database before you flush the data. Flushing data from a database From the command line, you can flush a database with the redis-cli command or with your favorite Redis client.