Redis: Bloom 过滤器
RedisBloom provides Redis with support for additional probabilistic data structures. These structures allow for constant memory space and extremely fast processing while still maintaining a low error rate. It supports scalable Bloom and Cuckoo filters to determine whether an item is present or absent from a collection with a given degree of certainty, Count-min sketch to count the frequency of the different items in sub-linear space, and Top-K to count top k events in a near deterministic manner.
A good use case for a Bloom filter is to check for an already used username. On a small scale, this is no problem, but as a service grows, this can be very taxing on a database. It is very simple to implement this with a ReBloom.
> BF.ADD usernames funnyfred (integer) 1 > BF.ADD usernames fredisfunny (integer) 1 > BF.ADD usernames fred (integer) 1 > BF.ADD usernames funfred (integer) 1
> BF.EXISTS usernames fred (integer) 1 > BF.EXISTS usernames fred_is_funny (integer) 0
As expected, fred_is_funny yields a 0. A response of zero means we can be sure that this username has not been used. A response of 1 means it might have been used. We can’t say for certain as it might a case of overlapping bits between multiple items.
Generally, the chances of false positives are low, but non-zero. As the Bloom filter “fills up” the chances increase. You can tweak the error rate and size with the BF.RESERVE command.