my $sentinel = Redis::Sentinel->new( ... );
my $service_address = $sentinel->get_service_address('mymaster');
my @masters = $sentinel->get_masters;
DESCRIPTIONThis is a subclass of the Redis module, specialized into connecting to a Sentinel instance. Inherits from the "Redis" package;
newSee "new" in Redis.pm. All parameters are supported, except "sentinels" and "service", which are silently ignored.
METHODSAll the methods of the "Redis" package are supported, plus the additional following methods:
get_service_addressTakes the name of a service as parameter, and returns either void (emptly list) if the master couldn't be found, the string 'IDONTKNOW' if the service is in the sentinel config but cannot be reached, or the string "$ip:$port" if the service were found.
get_mastersReturns a list of HashRefs representing all the master redis instances that this sentinel monitors.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSEThis software is Copyright (c) 2015 by Pedro Melo, Damien Krotkine.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Artistic License 2.0 (GPL Compatible)