The cluster configuration page lets you update every node’s configuration simultaneously. Most parameters can be updated while the server is running with no down time.
Each of the keys displayed corresponds to an entry in the Redis configuration file.
When applying your changes, you’ll optionally be able to save a new
redis.conf file overwriting the current configuration so that changes persist if Redis restarts.
Redis prevents some configuration keys from being editable at runtime. Attempting to edit these will cause an error to be displayed.
Preview and apply any changes
Search for configuration key
It is possible for some nodes in the cluster to have differing configuration values.
Display divergent configurations
Only update your Redis configuration using the cluster configuration screen if you want all nodes to have the same configuration.