the reference answer GPT ᴼ ᴾ ᴱ ᴺ ᴬ ᴵ < br / > 1. Depending on what you provide, there are several possible reasons why Redis still requires a password to execute commands:
The Redis service is not using the correct configuration file: If the correct profile path is not specified when the Redis service is started, the default profile or another profile may be used, resulting in the modified requirepass configuration not taking effect. You can solve this problem by specifying the configuration file path in the startup command, for example:
2. Multiple requirepass Settings exist in the edis configuration file: If multiple requirepass Settings exist in the Redis configuration file, the modified configuration may not take effect. You can check the configuration file to make sure there is only one requirepass setting, and it is commented out or set to empty.
3.Redis client caches password: If you use a Redis-CLI client and use the AUTH command to authenticate your identity after entering the password, the password may be cached by the client. You can run the CONFIG RESET command to clear the client cache.
4. The Redis instance has its configuration modified by another process: If multiple processes can modify the Redis instance's configuration file, it may cause one process to set the requirepass in the configuration file to a non-null value. You can check the log file of the Redis instance to see if other processes have modified the configuration file.
You can rectify the fault based on the preceding possible causes and take appropriate measures based on the actual situation. If the problem persists, provide more details so you can better locate the problem.