redis-commander – how to install on Utuntu 14.04 LTS

How to install it
sudo apt-get install npm
sudo chown -R $USER /usr/local
npm install -g redis-commander
ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node

Starting your redis-commander
redis-commander --redis-host --redis-port 32001 -p 8081
How to access via web browser?


How to protect your redis-commander with a username / password

Add at the end of the redis-commander command –http-u desired-username and –http-p desired-password.

redis-commander --redis-host --redis-port 32001 -p 8081 --http-u desired-username --http-p desired-password


One thought on “redis-commander – how to install on Utuntu 14.04 LTS

  1. Do NOT follow the advice of changing your /usr/local ownership to yourself.

    This will cause huge security vulnerabilities and likely break daemons that expect file ownership under /usr/local to stay stable.

    Either use sudo or install it locally by skipping the -g.

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