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Unfortunately, it is not possible to change the Redis endpoint while the pipeline is running. The configured URI is evaluated at pipeline start, and a persistent connection to Redis is established, so you need to restart the pipeline for any change to take effect.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to change the Redis endpoint while the pipeline is running. The configured URI is evaluated at pipeline start, and a persistent connection to Redis is established, so you need to restart the pipeline for any change to take effect.

If you want to just use the same DNS name in the Redis URI, and change that in DNS to point to a different server, then that might be possible. I'm guessing that the underlying Jedis library that we use will resolve the DNS name each time it makes a connection.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to change the Redis endpoint while the pipeline is running. The configured URI is evaluated at pipeline start, and a persistent connection to Redis is established, so you need to restart the pipeline for any change to take effect.

If you want to just use the same DNS name in the Redis URI, and change that in DNS to point to a different server, then that might be possible. I'm guessing that the underlying Jedis library that we use will resolve the DNS name each time it makes a connection.link text

Unfortunately, it is not possible to change the Redis endpoint while the pipeline is running. The configured URI is evaluated at pipeline start, and a persistent connection to Redis is established, so you need to restart the pipeline for any change to take effect.

If you want to just use the same DNS name in the Redis URI, and change that in DNS to point to a different server, then that might be possible. I'm guessing that the underlying Jedis Jedis library that we use will resolve the DNS name each time it makes a connection.link text