Image Overview: dragonfly

Overview: dragonfly Chainguard Image

Dragonfly database: A modern replacement for Redis and Memcached

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docker pull

Running dragonfly

The dragonfly image can be run directly with:

docker run] dragonfly running in opt mode.
I20240324 20:31:24.752246     1] Starting dragonfly df-dev-0000000
* Logs will be written to the first available of the following paths:
* For the available flags type dragonfly [--help | --helpfull]
* Documentation can be found at:
W20240324 20:31:24.752985     1] SWAP is enabled. Consider disabling it when running Dragonfly.
I20240324 20:31:24.753018     1] maxmemory has not been specified. Deciding myself....
I20240324 20:31:24.753022     1] Found 15.28GiB available memory. Setting maxmemory to 12.23GiB
I20240324 20:31:24.753651     8] IORing with 1024 entries, allocated 102464 bytes, cq_entries is 2048
I20240324 20:31:24.758664     1] Running 8 io threads
I20240324 20:31:24.767096     1] Host OS: Linux 6.6.16-linuxkit aarch64 with 8 threads
I20240324 20:31:24.770040     1] Load snapshot: Searching for snapshot in directory: "/"
W20240324 20:31:24.770195     1] Load snapshot: No snapshot found
I20240324 20:31:24.772178     9] sock[19] AcceptServer - listening on port 6379

Using Helm charts

As a place to get started, you may also use this Helm chart to get dragonfly running:

helm upgrade --install dragonfly oci:// --version v1.15.1 \
    -- set image.tag=latest

Last updated: 2024-04-11 12:38