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I just installed the stable version of Redis server, on a Debian 8.7.1. Everything works fine so far. I want to know how I can use the current date and time in a SET entry. For example:

SET test:test "[current date] [current hour + 1]"

Or if there is no option, then is there a workaround?

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Thank you.

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var="SET test:test \"[$(date +%d.%m.%Y)] [$((($(date +%H)+1)%24))]\""
echo "$var"
    SET test:test "[30.03.2018] [2]"
  • Hi. Thank you for your suggestion but this is a shell command, SET is a redis-cli command and I'm trying to use date and time in there. – Amir Amini Mar 29 '18 at 23:28
  • @AmirAmini Sorry, I misunderstood the question. I thought the commands could be prepared in shell code. – Hauke Laging Mar 30 '18 at 11:24
  • Thank you, I found the solution and your answer helped me a lot. I put the date and (hour + 1) in 2 different variables and used this command: redis-cli SET test:test "$date $hour" – Amir Amini Mar 30 '18 at 21:09

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