In Redis, you can use the “KEYS” command to get all keys that match a pattern. For example, if you want to get all keys that start with “mykey”, you can use the following command:
This will return an array of all keys that match the pattern “mykey*”.
However, it’s generally not recommended to use the KEYS command in production environments, as it can be slow and resource-intensive when working with large datasets. Instead, you should use the “SCAN” command, that allows you to iterate over the keys space in a non-blocking way.
SCAN 0 MATCH mykey*
You can also use redis-py library to handle getting all keys and values in Redis.
import redis r = redis.Redis(host='localhost', port=6379, db=0) keys = r.keys() # this will return all the keys in the current db
To get the values of all keys you can use a for loop to iterate over the keys and call the
get() function for each key.
for key in keys: value = r.get(key) print(key, value)