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Hi, I Am Just Starting To Use The Library. I Am Just Trying To Understand The Architecture Of The Web Server. I Am Curious As To How The Redis Server Is Used In The Backend. I Understand That Mongodb Is Used To Store Results And Elasticsearch Is Used For

Hi, I am just starting to use the library. I am just trying to understand the architecture of the web server. I am curious as to how the redis server is used in the backend. I understand that mongodb is used to store results and elasticsearch is used for storing the logs, but couldn't figure out where the redis server is used.

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Thank you!!

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Hi BitingChicken80 ,
Redis is used by the server for storing various cache states, mainly related to providing the UI with a consistent view (iterating over debug images, caching tags etc.) as well as worker (trains-agent) volatile status

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