gvolpe / fs2-redis

Redis client built on top of Cats Effect, Fs2 and Lettuce

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Redis stream-based client built on top of Cats Effect, Fs2 and the async java client Lettuce.

fs2-redis defines two types of API: one Stream-based using Fs2 and another Effect-based using Cats Effect.


  • PubSub API implemented on top of fs2 streams.
  • Streams API experimental API, subject to changes (WIP).
    • High-level API offers read and append using the underlying commands XREAD and XADD respectively.
    • Consumer Groups are yet not implemented.


Other features are not considered at the moment but PRs and suggestions are very welcome.


Add this to your build.sbt for the Effects API (depends on cats-effect):

libraryDependencies += "com.github.gvolpe" %% "fs2-redis-effects" % Version

And this for the Streams API (depends on fs2 and cats-effect):

libraryDependencies += "com.github.gvolpe" %% "fs2-redis-streams" % Version

Log4cats support

fs2-redis needs a logger for internal use and provides instances for log4cats. It is the recommended logging library:

libraryDependencies += "com.github.gvolpe" %% "fs2-redis-log4cats" % Version

Running the tests locally

Either change the startContainer boolean in the DockerRedis.scala file or start the redis client manually using docker:

# single server
docker run -p 6379:6379 redis:5.0.0

# cluster server
docker run -p 30001:30001 -p 30002:30002 -p 30003:30003 -p 30004:30004 -p 30005:30005 -p 30006:30006 m0stwanted/redis-cluster:latest

Code of Conduct

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