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Good morning, we have more than 30 stores in our Spryker instance. What is your suggestion for the

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UKK0LRJ6A
UKK0LRJ6A Posts: 14 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet

Good morning,

we have more than 30 stores in our Spryker instance. What is your suggestion for the structure of the redis dbs? At the moment we are using db1 in a single redis instance for storing the sessions of all stores - but we think about to use a single redis db for every store (+ than we have to split it to 3-4 redis nodes with 10 dbs each node).

Goal: Getting the best performance for the session storage 🚀

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  • UKHD8KTMF
    UKHD8KTMF Posts: 393 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet
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    I guess the main question is how many session are there per store? Another thing to consider is size of sessions - at spryker we use it to store cart information for example and can get quite big, if there are a lot of items. Then latency can be the problem. I would recommend to do some profiling.