Available since: 5.0.0
Time complexity: O(1) for each message ID processed.
XACK command removes one or multiple messages from the
Pending Entries List (PEL) of a stream consumer group. A message is pending,
and as such stored inside the PEL, when it was delivered to some consumer,
normally as a side effect of calling
XREADGROUP, or when a consumer took
ownership of a message calling
XCLAIM. The pending message was delivered to
some consumer but the server is yet not sure it was processed at least once.
So new calls to
XREADGROUP to grab the messages history for a consumer
(for instance using an ID of 0), will return such message.
Similarly the pending message will be listed by the
that inspects the PEL.
Once a consumer successfully processes a message, it should call
so that such message does not get processed again, and as a side effect,
the PEL entry about this message is also purged, releasing memory from the
Integer reply, specifically:
The command returns the number of messages successfully acknowledged. Certain message IDs may no longer be part of the PEL (for example because they have already been acknowledged), and XACK will not count them as successfully acknowledged.
redis> XACK mystream mygroup 1526569495631-0 (integer) 1