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CentOS

Download ArangoDB for CentOS

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The following packages are for Red Hat-based Linux distributions.

The processor(s) must support the x86-64 instruction set, as well as the SSE 4.2 and AVX instruction set extensions (Intel Sandy Bridge or better, AMD Bulldozer or better, etc.).

We provide a single package containing the server and the client tools. For a standard server setup, download the Server package and install it using the package manager. You do not need the separate client tools.

The Client Tools package only contains the tools, like arangosh and arangodump, but not the server. Use this in case you are already running ArangoDB on a different machine and want to connect to that server from a client machine.

As an alternative there is a Tar package containing the server and client tools, which can be unpacked in any location and which does not require root rights for installation.


RPM packages

  • Server 3.10.1
    (151 MByte, SHA256 b153fe33526d1aa0876d578999260cd72d239c655b6976513289cc5b18845555)
  • Client Tools 3.10.1
    (35 MByte, SHA256 4756f952cab70427933731200dc61a3ccd14d88fad77e04989aec979ca4bcef0)
  • Debug Symbols 3.10.1
    (49 MByte, SHA256 d746f82dde38d0d143e4ae3ed920be78aeddcc35bc58ce7b269ed62573f77026)

Tar package

  • Server 3.10.1
    (164 MByte, SHA256 6a5461e7b0ae0e9efe28259b91b2fbcd1e9d57e04f025fc9954be297503f3710)
  • Client 3.10.1
    (52 MByte, SHA256 2926b1d724386869cfa6149eea864b05159e3264f8d3c97e0f6965771aa37220)

Installation via Package Manager

Run the following as root in a terminal:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
curl -OL https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb310/RPM/arangodb.repo
yum -y install arangodb3-3.10.1-1.0

To install the debug symbols package (not required by default), run:

yum -y install arangodb3-debuginfo-3.10.1-1.0

The following packages are for Red Hat-based Linux distributions.

The processor(s) must be 64-bit ARM chips (AArch64). The minimum requirement is ARMv8 with Neon (SIMD extension).

We provide a single package containing the server and the client tools. For a standard server setup, download the Server package and install it using the package manager. You do not need the separate client tools.

The Client Tools package only contains the tools, like arangosh and arangodump, but not the server. Use this in case you are already running ArangoDB on a different machine and want to connect to that server from a client machine.

As an alternative there is a Tar package containing the server and client tools, which can be unpacked in any location and which does not require root rights for installation.


RPM packages

  • Server 3.10.1
    (142 MByte, SHA256 f955ac69920d76f7c817da38801e20564fd69e54b27cfaf2a0027c48816f081e)
  • Client Tools 3.10.1
    (32 MByte, SHA256 3bb98e923da881c41b619e4f49874943fe0ed9b5ce5da263ddf7ae0f962de42c)
  • Debug Symbols 3.10.1
    (49 MByte, SHA256 a5a86cb7718e4756a6717ab20f36780ca36306cd8a01707f61f190d597e427ff)

Tar package

  • Server 3.10.1
    (158 MByte, SHA256 3bde51909562d089a65611b0c6f4a78ced17054be6161d18aebb49dacee0a42a)
  • Client 3.10.1
    (51 MByte, SHA256 47e354cde4a4cf9aba15e70a056a13af6c97896247c6b36db6f8c1ff1bde2025)

Installation via Package Manager

Run the following as root in a terminal:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
curl -OL https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb310/RPM/arangodb.repo
yum -y install arangodb3-3.10.1-1.0

To install the debug symbols package (not required by default), run:

yum -y install arangodb3-debuginfo-3.10.1-1.0

Installation Manual

You will find a guide on how to install ArangoDB on Linux in our documentation.

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