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There is a little bit spelling mistake in config/environments/development.rb:
`post' => 'port'
Thanks! Show Notes have been corrected.
Nice. Maybe next some on how to cache (an expire) actual models with association.
But my question: Was there something about the ubuntu install ? Specifically how to autostart that?
And for a shared host (many apps, many mysql's ) , are different db or namespaces or redis instances better ?
I'll usually use the same database but different namespaces. However, I will put services on their own database. For example, if I were using Redis for caching as well as storing the User Sessions, I would put caching on db 0 and the sessions on db 1. This makes it easier to flush all of the stored cache without wiping out the user sessions (or vice versa).
I'm using postgresql installed by brew. which I believe is running on default port 5234. Your vid explains I can set a new ip in my case 127.0.0.1:3000 where my rails app run. My questions is how do I make my rails app, postgressql db, and redis server all sing together? Thank you!
After creating a visitors controller for my example app to go along with this vid. I got this error
cdb:redis adsr13$ bin/rails rails g controller visitors index
TypeError: Redis is not a module
/Users/adsr13/Google Drive/workspace/redis/config/application.rb:9:in `<top (required)>'
/Users/adsr13/Google Drive/workspace/redis/Rakefile:4:in `require_relative'
/Users/adsr13/Google Drive/workspace/redis/Rakefile:4:in `<top (required)>'
It looks like you may have created a Rails app called Redis. This could be causing a conflict with the gem. You should think of Redis as a reserved name.