You can click or use shortcut
⌘ + N on Mac and
Alt + Insert on Windows to open add server dialog:
You’re now ready to configure your Redis server. You’ll be asked to provide both your Redis server host and port to add a new server, you need to fill in the password field if your Redis server needs authentication. You can also label your servers with meaningful names if you have many different Redis servers to manage:
You can switch to SSH tab to set up a proxy if you need to use a proxy to connect to your Redis server:
Test Connection to test your configuration before confirming your configuration to make sure everything is well configured:
Select the server that you want to edit and click or use shortcut
Shift + F6 to open edit server dialog which is almost the same as add server dialog:
Select the server that you want to remove and click or use shortcut
Delete on Mac and
Backspace on Windows to remove a Redis server:
There are some situations, for instance, server mode can’t be detected automatically due to server restart, you need to refresh Redis servers. Just click to refresh them all:
There operations are also available as popup menu for convenience, you can right-click on server list to make them visible:
You can use any node to configure Redis server if it is running under cluster mode, Iedis 2 takes care of everything for it at runtime.
Iedis 2 will list all master and slave nodes in case if you want to connect to it to use some functionality which is only available on a single server, for instance, Advanced Console.