CLUSTER ADDSLOTSRANGE start-slot end-slot [start-slot end-slot ...]
- Available since:
- Time complexity:
- O(N) where N is the total number of the slots between the start slot and end slot arguments.
- ACL categories:
CLUSTER ADDSLOTSRANGE is similar to the
CLUSTER ADDSLOTS command in that they both assign hash slots to nodes.
The difference between the two commands is that
ADDSLOTS takes a list of slots to assign to the node, while
ADDSLOTSRANGE takes a list of slot ranges (specified by start and end slots) to assign to the node.
To assign slots 1 2 3 4 5 to the node, the
ADDSLOTS command is:
> CLUSTER ADDSLOTS 1 2 3 4 5 OK
The same operation can be completed with the following
> CLUSTER ADDSLOTSRANGE 1 5 OK
Usage in Redis Cluster
This command only works in cluster mode and is useful in the following Redis Cluster operations:
- To create a new cluster ADDSLOTSRANGE is used in order to initially setup master nodes splitting the available hash slots among them.
- In order to fix a broken cluster where certain slots are unassigned.
Simple string reply:
OK if the command was successful. Otherwise an error is returned.