Fedora

Download ArangoDB for Fedora

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

The processor(s) must support the SSE 4.2 instruction set (Intel Nehalem 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 3.4.7
    (62 MByte, SHA256 286a2a7ab7c44be7dcb0b934c1c2ca863e817b7d36165789a36da56949451ad6)
  • Client Tools 3.4.7
    (31 MByte, SHA256 31da383244a31b2655e16c5b81ea5154e7b848016eb0253f8e0fcf174bf5b433)
  • Debug Symbols 3.4.7
    (159 MByte, SHA256 0294730b6a8d116c0569d28a9b7bd22939df3d44697fb16b42d3fb8f0205c758)

Tar package

  • Server 3.4.7
    (70 MByte, SHA256 ddff6e37ea51982bcd5fd00613c8ebd6127ab0d9a74b6ea82a6603e57086667d)

Installation via Package Manager

Run the following as root in a terminal:

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
curl -OL https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb34/RPM/arangodb.repo
yum -y install arangodb3-3.4.7-1.0

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

yum -y install arangodb3-debuginfo-3.4.7-1.0

Installation Manual

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

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