CLIENT PAUSE timeout
CLIENT PAUSE is a connections control command able to suspend all the Redis clients for the specified amount of time (in milliseconds).
The command performs the following actions:
This command is useful as it makes able to switch clients from a Redis instance to another one in a controlled way. For example during an instance upgrade the system administrator could do the following:
It is possible to send CLIENT PAUSE in a MULTI/EXEC block together with the
INFO replication command in order to get the current master offset at the time the clients are blocked. This way it is possible to wait for a specific offset in the slave side in order to make sure all the replication stream was processed.
Since Redis 3.2.10 / 4.0.0, this command also prevents keys to be evicted or expired during the time clients are paused. This way the dataset is guaranteed to be static not just from the point of view of clients not being able to write, but also from the point of view of internal operations.
Simple string reply: The command returns OK or an error if the timeout is invalid.
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