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Replied to Change Redis TCP To Unix Socket
good info can be found here and here
scheme [string - default: tcp]
Specifies the protocol used to communicate with an instance of Redis. Internally the client uses the connection class associated to the specified connection scheme. By default Predis supports tcp (TCP/IP), unix (UNIX domain sockets) or http (HTTP protocol through Webdis).
path [string - default: not set]
Path of the UNIX domain socket file used when connecting to Redis using UNIX domain sockets.
I think an idea I saw on stack overflow is the best idea for all of these databases.
First make a column for some marker like a hash, and when you insert all of the multiple rows, just include the other column with the same value for all in the mass insert, sort of like an md5sum of the unixtimestamp in milliseconds or similar.
Then do a select where grouping column is equal to said md5sum, and you don't have to worry about multiple users, race conditions, or the like...