Redis PERSIST command is used to remove the existing timeout on key, turning the key from volatile (a key with an expire set) to persistent (a key that will never expire as no timeout is associated).
Integer reply, specifically :
- 1, if the timeout is removed from the key.
- 0, if the key does not exist or does not have an associated timeout.
Return Value Type
Example: Redis PERSIST
First, create a key in redis and set some value in it.
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