Download ArangoDB for Ubuntu

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The following packages are for Debian-based Linux distributions.

The processor(s) must support the SSE 4.2 instruction set (Intel Westmere 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.

Debian packages

  • Server 3.7.2-1
    (86 MByte, SHA256 e129258e20a9712a61886ac512c98c33dd769fc244449c07cbc1fdfda6b5f88b)
  • Client Tools 3.7.2-1
    (40 MByte, SHA256 777d1430025cff1c992e6716873cd34d5ddb62237e1c9b74c2d9ff61030ebb15)
  • Debug Symbols 3.7.2-1
    (542 MByte, SHA256 d20ebce7d8c6b84f50e6248df2653a74f6357f2a893bf31a84507457e717a5e2)

Tar package

  • Server 3.7.2-1
    (87 MByte, SHA256 379c2f82743f49913ab409947f2635c7ebd760c54634261721532b342f8a1fec)
  • Client 3.7.2-1
    (51 MByte, SHA256 673556b2f7a225b7b09c614274ec9db05223122408a653950100aaaf757ff0f2)

Installation via Package Manager

First add the repository key to apt like this:

curl -OL https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb37/DEBIAN/Release.key
sudo apt-key add - < Release.key

Use apt-get to install arangodb:

echo 'deb https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb37/DEBIAN/ /' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arangodb.list
sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install arangodb3=

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

sudo apt-get install arangodb3-dbg=

Installation Manual

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

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