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Tod Courtnage

Ha! I was just trying to manually save a snapshot (using this method: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonElastiCache/latest/UserGuide/ManagingCacheClusters.html#ManagingCacheClusters.RedisSnapshots), and I crashed my slave host completely!

Went back to the AWS console and saw the brand new Backup button. Thanks Amazon!

Raimana

Great stuff! I've been waiting for this, thanks.

Josh

Why not micro? :(

Jeff Barr

Josh, I understand that the constrained memory on the micro makes the snapshotting process impractical.

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