Since Redis is already installed and preconfigured (atleast for WordPress unmanaged), is RediSearch installed and configured also?
If not, do you have any info on how can I install and configure it?
I found this quick start guide but I am not sure if it is relevant in the Cloudron case.
@girish It doesn't require it.
Can you clarify what doesn't require it? Are you referring to the plugin?
but I need to make additional configurations on the server
What are the additional changes?
I am not completely following your requirements. You are saying the plugin doesn't require redissearch but requires some other configuration changes?
I am trying to install RediSearch plugin in my unmanaged WordPress app but it requires additional configuration on the server, which I am not sure how to approach with Cloudron. In a similar way, the WordPress unmanaged install Redis plugin but the configuration has been already made.
@vladimir What other configurations are needed by redisearch though? I think it needs to be laid out specifically so that the amazing Cloudron team can figure out what can be safely added if any to the current redis server configuration, or if it's configurations needed within the WordPress server/app instead, etc. When you deploy redissearch, does it error on anything, what errors does it provide in the user interface and the logs for example?