Would it make sense to purge the previous sessions redis devaddr when a new join occurs? We have a high volume of keys with
We had an instance where we had latency within our chirpstack such that confirmed acks were not making it back to the devices and they were rejoining the network very frequently causing our redis keyspace to go up to 100% with millions of keys very quickly. We have the TTL on device sessions at 31 days (which i believe is the default) and under normal circumstances we’d like to keep it that way. However, if the old keys could be purged we would not have had an issue with our key space.