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erile
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Hello, Don't know if it's an issue or a feature...

Well, I installed Redis server from Webuzo and noticed neither redis-server nor redis-cli were reachable by default (you have to call them explicitely from /usr/local/apps/redis/src).

Is it the expected behavior (I mean, the way you thought it)?

On my part, I completed the process with a "make install", pushing both redis-server and redis-cli to /usr/local/bin).

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Location of Redis server's binaries
erile
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Well, in fact, I could turn my question otherwise: what's the pros installing something like a Redis server through Webuzo, knowing you don't promote it as a service in your install process and there's no extra interface provided by Webuzo about it?

For this specific case (which is very different than cases where you provide interface and full control), I'm wondering if it would not be better to simply remove it from Webuzo and go the official way as per https://redis.io/topics/quickstart... Or I missed a point about the benefit to stay with Webuzo about Redis?

What do you think?

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