from __future__ import with_statement
from itertools import chain
import datetime
import sys
import warnings
import time
import threading
import time as mod_time
from redis._compat import (b, basestring, bytes, imap, iteritems, iterkeys,
                           itervalues, izip, long, nativestr, unicode,
from redis.connection import (ConnectionPool, UnixDomainSocketConnection,
                              SSLConnection, Token)
from redis.lock import Lock, LuaLock
from redis.exceptions import (

SYM_EMPTY = b('')

def list_or_args(keys, args):
    # returns a single list combining keys and args
        # a string or bytes instance can be iterated, but indicates
        # keys wasn't passed as a list
        if isinstance(keys, (basestring, bytes)):
            keys = [keys]
    except TypeError:
        keys = [keys]
    if args:
    return keys

def timestamp_to_datetime(response):
    "Converts a unix timestamp to a Python datetime object"
    if not response:
        return None
        response = int(response)
    except ValueError:
        return None
    return datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(response)

def string_keys_to_dict(key_string, callback):
    return dict.fromkeys(key_string.split(), callback)

def dict_merge(*dicts):
    merged = {}
    for d in dicts:
    return merged

def parse_debug_object(response):
    "Parse the results of Redis's DEBUG OBJECT command into a Python dict"
    # The 'type' of the object is the first item in the response, but isn't
    # prefixed with a name
    response = nativestr(response)
    response = 'type:' + response
    response = dict([kv.split(':') for kv in response.split()])

    # parse some expected int values from the string response
    # note: this cmd isn't spec'd so these may not appear in all redis versions
    int_fields = ('refcount', 'serializedlength', 'lru', 'lru_seconds_idle')
    for field in int_fields:
        if field in response:
            response[field] = int(response[field])

    return response

def parse_object(response, infotype):
    "Parse the results of an OBJECT command"
    if infotype in ('idletime', 'refcount'):
        return int_or_none(response)
    return response

def parse_info(response):
    "Parse the result of Redis's INFO command into a Python dict"
    info = {}
    response = nativestr(response)

    def get_value(value):
        if ',' not in value or '=' not in value:
                if '.' in value:
                    return float(value)
                    return int(value)
            except ValueError:
                return value
            sub_dict = {}
            for item in value.split(','):
                k, v = item.rsplit('=', 1)
                sub_dict[k] = get_value(v)
            return sub_dict

    for line in response.splitlines():
        if line and not line.startswith('#'):
            if line.find(':') != -1:
                key, value = line.split(':', 1)
                info[key] = get_value(value)
                # if the line isn't splittable, append it to the "__raw__" key
                info.setdefault('__raw__', []).append(line)

    return info

    'can-failover-its-master': int,
    'config-epoch': int,
    'down-after-milliseconds': int,
    'failover-timeout': int,
    'info-refresh': int,
    'last-hello-message': int,
    'last-ok-ping-reply': int,
    'last-ping-reply': int,
    'last-ping-sent': int,
    'master-link-down-time': int,
    'master-port': int,
    'num-other-sentinels': int,
    'num-slaves': int,
    'o-down-time': int,
    'pending-commands': int,
    'parallel-syncs': int,
    'port': int,
    'quorum': int,
    'role-reported-time': int,
    's-down-time': int,
    'slave-priority': int,
    'slave-repl-offset': int,
    'voted-leader-epoch': int

def parse_sentinel_state(item):
    result = pairs_to_dict_typed(item, SENTINEL_STATE_TYPES)
    flags = set(result['flags'].split(','))
    for name, flag in (('is_master', 'master'), ('is_slave', 'slave'),
                       ('is_sdown', 's_down'), ('is_odown', 'o_down'),
                       ('is_sentinel', 'sentinel'),
                       ('is_disconnected', 'disconnected'),
                       ('is_master_down', 'master_down')):
        result[name] = flag in flags
    return result

def parse_sentinel_master(response):
    return parse_sentinel_state(imap(nativestr, response))

def parse_sentinel_masters(response):
    result = {}
    for item in response:
        state = parse_sentinel_state(imap(nativestr, item))
        result[state['name']] = state
    return result

def parse_sentinel_slaves_and_sentinels(response):
    return [parse_sentinel_state(imap(nativestr, item)) for item in response]

def parse_sentinel_get_master(response):
    return response and (response[0], int(response[1])) or None

def pairs_to_dict(response):
    "Create a dict given a list of key/value pairs"
    it = iter(response)
    return dict(izip(it, it))

def pairs_to_dict_typed(response, type_info):
    it = iter(response)
    result = {}
    for key, value in izip(it, it):
        if key in type_info:
                value = type_info[key](value)
                # if for some reason the value can't be coerced, just use
                # the string value
        result[key] = value
    return result

def zset_score_pairs(response, **options):
    If ``withscores`` is specified in the options, return the response as
    a list of (value, score) pairs
    if not response or not options['withscores']:
        return response
    score_cast_func = options.get('score_cast_func', float)
    it = iter(response)
    return list(izip(it, imap(score_cast_func, it)))

def sort_return_tuples(response, **options):
    If ``groups`` is specified, return the response as a list of
    n-element tuples with n being the value found in options['groups']
    if not response or not options['groups']:
        return response
    n = options['groups']
    return list(izip(*[response[i::n] for i in range(n)]))

def int_or_none(response):
    if response is None:
        return None
    return int(response)

def float_or_none(response):
    if response is None:
        return None
    return float(response)

def bool_ok(response):
    return nativestr(response) == 'OK'

def parse_client_list(response, **options):
    clients = []
    for c in nativestr(response).splitlines():
        clients.append(dict([pair.split('=') for pair in c.split(' ')]))
    return clients

def parse_config_get(response, **options):
    response = [nativestr(i) if i is not None else None for i in response]
    return response and pairs_to_dict(response) or {}

def parse_scan(response, **options):
    cursor, r = response
    return long(cursor), r

def parse_hscan(response, **options):
    cursor, r = response
    return long(cursor), r and pairs_to_dict(r) or {}

def parse_zscan(response, **options):
    score_cast_func = options.get('score_cast_func', float)
    cursor, r = response
    it = iter(r)
    return long(cursor), list(izip(it, imap(score_cast_func, it)))

def parse_slowlog_get(response, **options):
    return [{
        'id': item[0],
        'start_time': int(item[1]),
        'duration': int(item[2]),
        'command': b(' ').join(item[3])
    } for item in response]

class StrictRedis(object):
    Implementation of the Redis protocol.

    This abstract class provides a Python interface to all Redis commands
    and an implementation of the Redis protocol.

    Connection and Pipeline derive from this, implementing how
    the commands are sent and received to the Redis server
    RESPONSE_CALLBACKS = dict_merge(
        string_keys_to_dict('INCRBYFLOAT HINCRBYFLOAT', float),
            # these return OK, or int if redis-server is >=1.3.4
            'LPUSH RPUSH',
            lambda r: isinstance(r, long) and r or nativestr(r) == 'OK'
        string_keys_to_dict('SORT', sort_return_tuples),
        string_keys_to_dict('ZSCORE ZINCRBY', float_or_none),
        string_keys_to_dict('BLPOP BRPOP', lambda r: r and tuple(r) or None),
            lambda r: r and set(r) or set()
        string_keys_to_dict('ZRANK ZREVRANK', int_or_none),
        string_keys_to_dict('BGREWRITEAOF BGSAVE', lambda r: True),
            'CLIENT GETNAME': lambda r: r and nativestr(r),
            'CLIENT KILL': bool_ok,
            'CLIENT LIST': parse_client_list,
            'CLIENT SETNAME': bool_ok,
            'CONFIG GET': parse_config_get,
            'CONFIG RESETSTAT': bool_ok,
            'CONFIG SET': bool_ok,
            'DEBUG OBJECT': parse_debug_object,
            'HGETALL': lambda r: r and pairs_to_dict(r) or {},
            'HSCAN': parse_hscan,
            'INFO': parse_info,
            'LASTSAVE': timestamp_to_datetime,
            'OBJECT': parse_object,
            'PING': lambda r: nativestr(r) == 'PONG',
            'RANDOMKEY': lambda r: r and r or None,
            'SCAN': parse_scan,
            'SCRIPT EXISTS': lambda r: list(imap(bool, r)),
            'SCRIPT FLUSH': bool_ok,
            'SCRIPT KILL': bool_ok,
            'SCRIPT LOAD': nativestr,
            'SENTINEL GET-MASTER-ADDR-BY-NAME': parse_sentinel_get_master,
            'SENTINEL MASTER': parse_sentinel_master,
            'SENTINEL MASTERS': parse_sentinel_masters,
            'SENTINEL MONITOR': bool_ok,
            'SENTINEL REMOVE': bool_ok,
            'SENTINEL SENTINELS': parse_sentinel_slaves_and_sentinels,
            'SENTINEL SET': bool_ok,
            'SENTINEL SLAVES': parse_sentinel_slaves_and_sentinels,
            'SET': lambda r: r and nativestr(r) == 'OK',
            'SLOWLOG GET': parse_slowlog_get,
            'SLOWLOG LEN': int,
            'SLOWLOG RESET': bool_ok,
            'SSCAN': parse_scan,
            'TIME': lambda x: (int(x[0]), int(x[1])),
            'ZSCAN': parse_zscan

    def from_url(cls, url, db=None, **kwargs):
        Return a Redis client object configured from the given URL.

        For example::


        There are several ways to specify a database number. The parse function
        will return the first specified option:
            1. A ``db`` querystring option, e.g. redis://localhost?db=0
            2. If using the redis:// scheme, the path argument of the url, e.g.
            3. The ``db`` argument to this function.

        If none of these options are specified, db=0 is used.

        Any additional querystring arguments and keyword arguments will be
        passed along to the ConnectionPool class's initializer. In the case
        of conflicting arguments, querystring arguments always win.
        connection_pool = ConnectionPool.from_url(url, db=db, **kwargs)
        return cls(connection_pool=connection_pool)

    def __init__(self, host='localhost', port=6379,
                 db=0, password=None, socket_timeout=None,
                 socket_keepalive=None, socket_keepalive_options=None,
                 connection_pool=None, unix_socket_path=None,
                 encoding='utf-8', encoding_errors='strict',
                 charset=None, errors=None,
                 decode_responses=False, retry_on_timeout=False,
                 ssl=False, ssl_keyfile=None, ssl_certfile=None,
                 ssl_cert_reqs=None, ssl_ca_certs=None,
        if not connection_pool:
            if charset is not None:
                    '"charset" is deprecated. Use "encoding" instead'))
                encoding = charset
            if errors is not None:
                    '"errors" is deprecated. Use "encoding_errors" instead'))
                encoding_errors = errors

            kwargs = {
                'db': db,
                'password': password,
                'socket_timeout': socket_timeout,
                'encoding': encoding,
                'encoding_errors': encoding_errors,
                'decode_responses': decode_responses,
                'retry_on_timeout': retry_on_timeout,
                'max_connections': max_connections
            # based on input, setup appropriate connection args
            if unix_socket_path is not None:
                    'path': unix_socket_path,
                    'connection_class': UnixDomainSocketConnection
                # TCP specific options
                    'host': host,
                    'port': port,
                    'socket_connect_timeout': socket_connect_timeout,
                    'socket_keepalive': socket_keepalive,
                    'socket_keepalive_options': socket_keepalive_options,

                if ssl:
                        'connection_class': SSLConnection,
                        'ssl_keyfile': ssl_keyfile,
                        'ssl_certfile': ssl_certfile,
                        'ssl_cert_reqs': ssl_cert_reqs,
                        'ssl_ca_certs': ssl_ca_certs,
            connection_pool = ConnectionPool(**kwargs)
        self.connection_pool = connection_pool
        self._use_lua_lock = None

        self.response_callbacks = self.__class__.RESPONSE_CALLBACKS.copy()

    def __repr__(self):
        return "%s<%s>" % (type(self).__name__, repr(self.connection_pool))

    def set_response_callback(self, command, callback):
        "Set a custom Response Callback"
        self.response_callbacks[command] = callback

    def pipeline(self, transaction=True, shard_hint=None):
        Return a new pipeline object that can queue multiple commands for
        later execution. ``transaction`` indicates whether all commands
        should be executed atomically. Apart from making a group of operations
        atomic, pipelines are useful for reducing the back-and-forth overhead
        between the client and server.
        return StrictPipeline(

    def transaction(self, func, *watches, **kwargs):
        Convenience method for executing the callable `func` as a transaction
        while watching all keys specified in `watches`. The 'func' callable
        should expect a single argument which is a Pipeline object.
        shard_hint = kwargs.pop('shard_hint', None)
        value_from_callable = kwargs.pop('value_from_callable', False)
        watch_delay = kwargs.pop('watch_delay', None)
        with self.pipeline(True, shard_hint) as pipe:
            while 1:
                    if watches:
                    func_value = func(pipe)
                    exec_value = pipe.execute()
                    return func_value if value_from_callable else exec_value
                except WatchError:
                    if watch_delay is not None and watch_delay > 0:

    def lock(self, name, timeout=None, sleep=0.1, blocking_timeout=None,
             lock_class=None, thread_local=True):
        Return a new Lock object using key ``name`` that mimics
        the behavior of threading.Lock.

        If specified, ``timeout`` indicates a maximum life for the lock.
        By default, it will remain locked until release() is called.

        ``sleep`` indicates the amount of time to sleep per loop iteration
        when the lock is in blocking mode and another client is currently
        holding the lock.

        ``blocking_timeout`` indicates the maximum amount of time in seconds to
        spend trying to acquire the lock. A value of ``None`` indicates
        continue trying forever. ``blocking_timeout`` can be specified as a
        float or integer, both representing the number of seconds to wait.

        ``lock_class`` forces the specified lock implementation.

        ``thread_local`` indicates whether the lock token is placed in
        thread-local storage. By default, the token is placed in thread local
        storage so that a thread only sees its token, not a token set by
        another thread. Consider the following timeline:

            time: 0, thread-1 acquires `my-lock`, with a timeout of 5 seconds.
                     thread-1 sets the token to "abc"
            time: 1, thread-2 blocks trying to acquire `my-lock` using the
                     Lock instance.
            time: 5, thread-1 has not yet completed. redis expires the lock
            time: 5, thread-2 acquired `my-lock` now that it's available.
                     thread-2 sets the token to "xyz"
            time: 6, thread-1 finishes its work and calls release(). if the
                     token is *not* stored in thread local storage, then
                     thread-1 would see the token value as "xyz" and would be
                     able to successfully release the thread-2's lock.

        In some use cases it's necessary to disable thread local storage. For
        example, if you have code where one thread acquires a lock and passes
        that lock instance to a worker thread to release later. If thread
        local storage isn't disabled in this case, the worker thread won't see
        the token set by the thread that acquired the lock. Our assumption
        is that these cases aren't common and as such default to using
        thread local storage.        """
        if lock_class is None:
            if self._use_lua_lock is None:
                # the first time .lock() is called, determine if we can use
                # Lua by attempting to register the necessary scripts
                    self._use_lua_lock = True
                except ResponseError:
                    self._use_lua_lock = False
            lock_class = self._use_lua_lock and LuaLock or Lock
        return lock_class(self, name, timeout=timeout, sleep=sleep,

    def pubsub(self, **kwargs):
        Return a Publish/Subscribe object. With this object, you can
        subscribe to channels and listen for messages that get published to
        return PubSub(self.connection_pool, **kwargs)

    def execute_command(self, *args, **options):
        "Execute a command and return a parsed response"
        pool = self.connection_pool
        command_name = args[0]
        connection = pool.get_connection(command_name, **options)
            return self.parse_response(connection, command_name, **options)
        except (ConnectionError, TimeoutError) as e:
            if not connection.retry_on_timeout and isinstance(e, TimeoutError):
            return self.parse_response(connection, command_name, **options)

    def parse_response(self, connection, command_name, **options):
        "Parses a response from the Redis server"
        response = connection.read_response()
        if command_name in self.response_callbacks:
            return self.response_callbacks[command_name](response, **options)
        return response

    def bgrewriteaof(self):
        "Tell the Redis server to rewrite the AOF file from data in memory."
        return self.execute_command('BGREWRITEAOF')

    def bgsave(self):
        Tell the Redis server to save its data to disk.  Unlike save(),
        this method is asynchronous and returns immediately.
        return self.execute_command('BGSAVE')

    def client_kill(self, address):
        "Disconnects the client at ``address`` (ip:port)"
        return self.execute_command('CLIENT KILL', address)

    def client_list(self):
        "Returns a list of currently connected clients"
        return self.execute_command('CLIENT LIST')

    def client_getname(self):
        "Returns the current connection name"
        return self.execute_command('CLIENT GETNAME')

    def client_setname(self, name):
        "Sets the current connection name"
        return self.execute_command('CLIENT SETNAME', name)

    def config_get(self, pattern="*"):
        "Return a dictionary of configuration based on the ``pattern``"
        return self.execute_command('CONFIG GET', pattern)

    def config_set(self, name, value):
        "Set config item ``name`` with ``value``"
        return self.execute_command('CONFIG SET', name, value)

    def config_resetstat(self):
        "Reset runtime statistics"
        return self.execute_command('CONFIG RESETSTAT')

    def config_rewrite(self):
        "Rewrite config file with the minimal change to reflect running config"
        return self.execute_command('CONFIG REWRITE')

    def dbsize(self):
        "Returns the number of keys in the current database"
        return self.execute_command('DBSIZE')

    def debug_object(self, key):
        "Returns version specific meta information about a given key"
        return self.execute_command('DEBUG OBJECT', key)

    def echo(self, value):
        "Echo the string back from the server"
        return self.execute_command('ECHO', value)

    def flushall(self):
        "Delete all keys in all databases on the current host"
        return self.execute_command('FLUSHALL')

    def flushdb(self):
        "Delete all keys in the current database"
        return self.execute_command('FLUSHDB')

    def info(self, section=None):
        Returns a dictionary containing information about the Redis server

        The ``section`` option can be used to select a specific section
        of information

        The section option is not supported by older versions of Redis Server,
        and will generate ResponseError
        if section is None:
            return self.execute_command('INFO')
            return self.execute_command('INFO', section)

    def lastsave(self):
        Return a Python datetime object representing the last time the
        Redis database was saved to disk
        return self.execute_command('LASTSAVE')

    def object(self, infotype, key):
        "Return the encoding, idletime, or refcount about the key"
        return self.execute_command('OBJECT', infotype, key, infotype=infotype)

    def ping(self):
        "Ping the Redis server"
        return self.execute_command('PING')

    def save(self):
        Tell the Redis server to save its data to disk,
        blocking until the save is complete
        return self.execute_command('SAVE')

    def sentinel(self, *args):
        "Redis Sentinel's SENTINEL command."
            DeprecationWarning('Use the individual sentinel_* methods'))

    def sentinel_get_master_addr_by_name(self, service_name):
        "Returns a (host, port) pair for the given ``service_name``"
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL GET-MASTER-ADDR-BY-NAME',

    def sentinel_master(self, service_name):
        "Returns a dictionary containing the specified masters state."
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL MASTER', service_name)

    def sentinel_masters(self):
        "Returns a list of dictionaries containing each master's state."
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL MASTERS')

    def sentinel_monitor(self, name, ip, port, quorum):
        "Add a new master to Sentinel to be monitored"
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL MONITOR', name, ip, port, quorum)

    def sentinel_remove(self, name):
        "Remove a master from Sentinel's monitoring"
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL REMOVE', name)

    def sentinel_sentinels(self, service_name):
        "Returns a list of sentinels for ``service_name``"
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL SENTINELS', service_name)

    def sentinel_set(self, name, option, value):
        "Set Sentinel monitoring parameters for a given master"
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL SET', name, option, value)

    def sentinel_slaves(self, service_name):
        "Returns a list of slaves for ``service_name``"
        return self.execute_command('SENTINEL SLAVES', service_name)

    def shutdown(self):
        "Shutdown the server"
        except ConnectionError:
            # a ConnectionError here is expected
        raise RedisError("SHUTDOWN seems to have failed.")

    def slaveof(self, host=None, port=None):
        Set the server to be a replicated slave of the instance identified
        by the ``host`` and ``port``. If called without arguments, the
        instance is promoted to a master instead.
        if host is None and port is None:
            return self.execute_command('SLAVEOF', Token('NO'), Token('ONE'))
        return self.execute_command('SLAVEOF', host, port)

    def slowlog_get(self, num=None):
        Get the entries from the slowlog. If ``num`` is specified, get the
        most recent ``num`` items.
        args = ['SLOWLOG GET']
        if num is not None:
        return self.execute_command(*args)

    def slowlog_len(self):
        "Get the number of items in the slowlog"
        return self.execute_command('SLOWLOG LEN')

    def slowlog_reset(self):
        "Remove all items in the slowlog"
        return self.execute_command('SLOWLOG RESET')

    def time(self):
        Returns the server time as a 2-item tuple of ints:
        (seconds since epoch, microseconds into this second).
        return self.execute_command('TIME')

    def wait(self, num_replicas, timeout):
        Redis synchronous replication
        That returns the number of replicas that processed the query when
        we finally have at least ``num_replicas``, or when the ``timeout`` was
        return self.execute_command('WAIT', num_replicas, timeout)

    def append(self, key, value):
        Appends the string ``value`` to the value at ``key``. If ``key``
        doesn't already exist, create it with a value of ``value``.
        Returns the new length of the value at ``key``.
        return self.execute_command('APPEND', key, value)

    def bitcount(self, key, start=None, end=None):
        Returns the count of set bits in the value of ``key``.  Optional
        ``start`` and ``end`` paramaters indicate which bytes to consider
        params = [key]
        if start is not None and end is not None:
        elif (start is not None and end is None) or \
                (end is not None and start is None):
            raise RedisError("Both start and end must be specified")
        return self.execute_command('BITCOUNT', *params)

    def bitop(self, operation, dest, *keys):
        Perform a bitwise operation using ``operation`` between ``keys`` and
        store the result in ``dest``.
        return self.execute_command('BITOP', operation, dest, *keys)

    def bitpos(self, key, bit, start=None, end=None):
        Return the position of the first bit set to 1 or 0 in a string.
        ``start`` and ``end`` difines search range. The range is interpreted
        as a range of bytes and not a range of bits, so start=0 and end=2
        means to look at the first three bytes.
        if bit not in (0, 1):
            raise RedisError('bit must be 0 or 1')
        params = [key, bit]

        start is not None and params.append(start)

        if start is not None and end is not None:
        elif start is None and end is not None:
            raise RedisError("start argument is not set, "
                             "when end is specified")
        return self.execute_command('BITPOS', *params)

    def decr(self, name, amount=1):
        Decrements the value of ``key`` by ``amount``.  If no key exists,
        the value will be initialized as 0 - ``amount``
        return self.execute_command('DECRBY', name, amount)

    def delete(self, *names):
        "Delete one or more keys specified by ``names``"
        return self.execute_command('DEL', *names)

    def __delitem__(self, name):

    def dump(self, name):
        Return a serialized version of the value stored at the specified key.
        If key does not exist a nil bulk reply is returned.
        return self.execute_command('DUMP', name)

    def exists(self, name):
        "Returns a boolean indicating whether key ``name`` exists"
        return self.execute_command('EXISTS', name)
    __contains__ = exists

    def expire(self, name, time):
        Set an expire flag on key ``name`` for ``time`` seconds. ``time``
        can be represented by an integer or a Python timedelta object.
        if isinstance(time, datetime.timedelta):
            time = time.seconds + time.days * 24 * 3600
        return self.execute_command('EXPIRE', name, time)

    def expireat(self, name, when):
        Set an expire flag on key ``name``. ``when`` can be represented
        as an integer indicating unix time or a Python datetime object.
        if isinstance(when, datetime.datetime):
            when = int(mod_time.mktime(when.timetuple()))
        return self.execute_command('EXPIREAT', name, when)

    def get(self, name):
        Return the value at key ``name``, or None if the key doesn't exist
        return self.execute_command('GET', name)

    def __getitem__(self, name):
        Return the value at key ``name``, raises a KeyError if the key
        doesn't exist.
        value = self.get(name)
        if value:
            return value
        raise KeyError(name)

    def getbit(self, name, offset):
        "Returns a boolean indicating the value of ``offset`` in ``name``"
        return self.execute_command('GETBIT', name, offset)

    def getrange(self, key, start, end):
        Returns the substring of the string value stored at ``key``,
        determined by the offsets ``start`` and ``end`` (both are inclusive)
        return self.execute_command('GETRANGE', key, start, end)

    def getset(self, name, value):
        Sets the value at key ``name`` to ``value``
        and returns the old value at key ``name`` atomically.
        return self.execute_command('GETSET', name, value)

    def incr(self, name, amount=1):
        Increments the value of ``key`` by ``amount``.  If no key exists,
        the value will be initialized as ``amount``
        return self.execute_command('INCRBY', name, amount)

    def incrby(self, name, amount=1):
        Increments the value of ``key`` by ``amount``.  If no key exists,
        the value will be initialized as ``amount``

        # An alias for ``incr()``, because it is already implemented
        # as INCRBY redis command.
        return self.incr(name, amount)

    def incrbyfloat(self, name, amount=1.0):
        Increments the value at key ``name`` by floating ``amount``.
        If no key exists, the value will be initialized as ``amount``
        return self.execute_command('INCRBYFLOAT', name, amount)

    def keys(self, pattern='*'):
        "Returns a list of keys matching ``pattern``"
        return self.execute_command('KEYS', pattern)

    def mget(self, keys, *args):
        Returns a list of values ordered identically to ``keys``
        args = list_or_args(keys, args)
        return self.execute_command('MGET', *args)

    def mset(self, *args, **kwargs):
        Sets key/values based on a mapping. Mapping can be supplied as a single
        dictionary argument or as kwargs.
        if args:
            if len(args) != 1 or not isinstance(args[0], dict):
                raise RedisError('MSET requires **kwargs or a single dict arg')
        items = []
        for pair in iteritems(kwargs):
        return self.execute_command('MSET', *items)

    def msetnx(self, *args, **kwargs):
        Sets key/values based on a mapping if none of the keys are already set.
        Mapping can be supplied as a single dictionary argument or as kwargs.
        Returns a boolean indicating if the operation was successful.
        if args:
            if len(args) != 1 or not isinstance(args[0], dict):
                raise RedisError('MSETNX requires **kwargs or a single '
                                 'dict arg')
        items = []
        for pair in iteritems(kwargs):
        return self.execute_command('MSETNX', *items)

    def move(self, name, db):
        "Moves the key ``name`` to a different Redis database ``db``"
        return self.execute_command('MOVE', name, db)

    def persist(self, name):
        "Removes an expiration on ``name``"
        return self.execute_command('PERSIST', name)

    def pexpire(self, name, time):
        Set an expire flag on key ``name`` for ``time`` milliseconds.
        ``time`` can be represented by an integer or a Python timedelta
        if isinstance(time, datetime.timedelta):
            ms = int(time.microseconds / 1000)
            time = (time.seconds + time.days * 24 * 3600) * 1000 + ms
        return self.execute_command('PEXPIRE', name, time)

    def pexpireat(self, name, when):
        Set an expire flag on key ``name``. ``when`` can be represented
        as an integer representing unix time in milliseconds (unix time * 1000)
        or a Python datetime object.
        if isinstance(when, datetime.datetime):
            ms = int(when.microsecond / 1000)
            when = int(mod_time.mktime(when.timetuple())) * 1000 + ms
        return self.execute_command('PEXPIREAT', name, when)

    def psetex(self, name, time_ms, value):
        Set the value of key ``name`` to ``value`` that expires in ``time_ms``
        milliseconds. ``time_ms`` can be represented by an integer or a Python
        timedelta object
        if isinstance(time_ms, datetime.timedelta):
            ms = int(time_ms.microseconds / 1000)
            time_ms = (time_ms.seconds + time_ms.days * 24 * 3600) * 1000 + ms
        return self.execute_command('PSETEX', name, time_ms, value)

    def pttl(self, name):
        "Returns the number of milliseconds until the key ``name`` will expire"
        return self.execute_command('PTTL', name)

    def randomkey(self):
        "Returns the name of a random key"
        return self.execute_command('RANDOMKEY')

    def rename(self, src, dst):
        Rename key ``src`` to ``dst``
        return self.execute_command('RENAME', src, dst)

    def renamenx(self, src, dst):
        "Rename key ``src`` to ``dst`` if ``dst`` doesn't already exist"
        return self.execute_command('RENAMENX', src, dst)

    def restore(self, name, ttl, value):
        Create a key using the provided serialized value, previously obtained
        using DUMP.
        return self.execute_command('RESTORE', name, ttl, value)

    def set(self, name, value, ex=None, px=None, nx=False, xx=False):
        Set the value at key ``name`` to ``value``

        ``ex`` sets an expire flag on key ``name`` for ``ex`` seconds.

        ``px`` sets an expire flag on key ``name`` for ``px`` milliseconds.

        ``nx`` if set to True, set the value at key ``name`` to ``value`` if it
            does not already exist.