Simulating timeout for your redis server (Timeout performing EVAL)

I do not know why people would wanna do this .... .but i was tasked to do this. Maybe for tester to test it out. Here are some of the steps to reproduce this :

1. make sure you have installed redis. then go to C:\Program Files\Redis and run redis-cli
Assuming you are running your redis-server locally.

2. run the command "client pause" (this will pretty much stall your redis-server)

3. Hit into the page that uses redis-cache and you will get a time out similiar to the one below :-

Timeout performing EVAL, inst: 1, mgr: ExecuteSelect, err: never, queue: 2, qu: 0, qs: 2, qc: 0, wr: 0, wq: 0, in: 0, ar: 0, IOCP: (Busy=1,Free=999,Min=8,Max=1000), WORKER: (Busy=1,Free=32766,Min=8,Max=32767)

Normally you get this error when you redis server is running really slow.....


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