The redis-docker-harness Python library, which is used by a lot of our Docker images, has received a number of updates (at time of writing, the version of the library in use is 0.0.4):
ability to specify a password for the Redis server
specify the timeout parameter for the the Redis client, with larger timeouts resulting in lower CPU load (the default is now 0.01 instead of 0.001)
Unfortunately, this required re-releasing the most recent images of the following frameworks:
Segment Anything (SAM)
The images kept their version number, you just need to pull them again, or use --pull ALWAYS in conjunction with docker run.