I see in the performance tuning document.
Sentry recommends using allkeys-lru. I’m wondering if this is only true for the sentry buffer instances.
We have a shared redis for the buffer and tsdb. So when we reach memory limits, the redis starts evicting tsdb data causing missing histogram on Sentry’s UI.
So would setting volatile-ttl or volatile-lru break the buffer usage in any way?
We have enough space to expand the redis, and that’s what we do, but it breaks the UI histograms every time there a surge of new exceptions and were looking to avoid that.