maxmemory-policy=noeviction for Redis

Hi, Wondering how can I set this setting in railway for my redis instance
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actually, just checked on a freshly deployed database, maxmemory-policy is set to noeviction by default
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Percy
Percy15mo ago
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zerosodium
zerosodium15mo ago
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Brody
Brody15mo ago
sorry you can't modify the redis plugin
Wukong
Wukong6mo ago
I'm looking for the same option, isn't this still possible? @Brody
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Brody
Brody6mo ago
i made this statement when databases where plugins, you could not modify anything about a plugin, but today, databases are services the same as your app is, you can modify a whole lot more. so can you tell me how you would typically go about setting that option and ill see if i can come up with a way to do the same on railway?
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Brody
Brody6mo ago
actually, just checked on a freshly deployed database, maxmemory-policy is set to noeviction by default
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Wukong
Wukong6mo ago
nice, how do you check that? I don't seem to be able to find that page on my Redis page
Brody
Brody6mo ago
the query was ran with dbgate, i highly recommend using dbgate instead of the inbuilt ui
Wukong
Wukong6mo ago
got it, thanks. will try out