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I currently have installed Redis 2.8.19 but I'm looking to upgrade to the latest stable release 3.0.1. Originally I downloaded, uncompressed, and compiled 2.8.9. What is the recommended approach to upgrade from 2.8.19 to 3.0.1 if you have previously compiled it like I have? I've tried to find resources on this but coming up short.

Thanks in advance.

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just download Redis 3.0.3 (not 3.0.1! Is already old) and compile as usually with make, and then use make install. Make sure that the old binary is replaced by the new one, so check where your current Redis binary is.

Redis 3.0.3 is mostly backward compatible with Redis 2.8.x (I would say 99.999%). The only few differences are listed in the Changelog file.

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  1. Remove old version redis

    $ sudo apt-get remove redis-server
    
  2. Install new version(for example version 3.2.8) via make:

    $ wget http://download.redis.io/releases/redis-3.2.8.tar.gz
    
    $ tar xzf redis-3.2.8.tar.gz
    
    $ cd redis-3.2.8
    
    $ make
    
  3. Run redis:

    $ src/redis-server
    
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