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Download ArangoDB for Red Hat Linux

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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 3.10.3
    (151 MByte, SHA256 50d483e2658c13fde79d4b6ab5aaa50822eaea4b5fdc809082212b9c426340b8)
  • Client Tools 3.10.3
    (35 MByte, SHA256 d386d6fc898a81d0e7772a0c32deee8e4dc3a10fb1250d38a6beae5144d3238e)
  • Debug Symbols 3.10.3
    (49 MByte, SHA256 36b4c91687e4782fafa169cd70cb64b216de0da5a629a4ad66c28fc8041b20ed)

Tar package

  • Server 3.10.3
    (165 MByte, SHA256 2a1cc961cd6af4a6390d8a6ed0c9bad9e5a389dcf00ddff2e9351983280719b2)
  • Client 3.10.3
    (52 MByte, SHA256 c4c440a7debf336a093d37f21382286674cf7efeee6c984711f7af3e86c86428)

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 arangodb3-3.10.3-1.0

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

yum -y install arangodb3-debuginfo-3.10.3-1.0

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). A system with Little Endian byte order is required.

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 3.10.3
    (143 MByte, SHA256 cf6e0dd654ed101d00a70a5b0919403391f8f47d411fdf39c881c7debd620944)
  • Client Tools 3.10.3
    (32 MByte, SHA256 4e86f0285a41370a687ac569aeae4fd887c2a271e0646be8f58ef08a6660220a)
  • Debug Symbols 3.10.3
    (49 MByte, SHA256 b913dafea15487e97106c3ffb229e83d1daf8f6ecd2cd5164e8cd46a661ad765)

Tar package

  • Server 3.10.3
    (159 MByte, SHA256 6409f9222749ad4d5275aed0edaba47837a83c4c43b84432dff802f1991de177)
  • Client 3.10.3
    (51 MByte, SHA256 af5b5babc3ca691e8d1ed76f969d868be256e3d501b40e14d300f4ef825e89a4)

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 arangodb3-3.10.3-1.0

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

yum -y install arangodb3-debuginfo-3.10.3-1.0

Installation Manual

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

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