This article briefly outlines the basic steps necessary to install and run Memgraph from a RPM package.
Before you proceed with the installation guide make sure that you have:
- Downloaded the latest Memgraph RPM Package which can be found here.
After downloading the Memgraph RPM package, you can install it by issuing the following command:
yum --nogpgcheck localinstall /path/to/memgraph-<version>.rpm
NOTE: Please take care of the SELinux config. The easiest way of running
Memgraph is to disable SELinux by executing
setenforce 0. If that's not an
option, please configure system properly.
After successful installation, Memgraph can be started as a service using the following command:
systemctl start memgraph
To verify that Memgraph is running, run the following command:
journalctl --unit memgraph
If successful, you should receive an output similar to the following:
Nov 23 13:40:13 hostname memgraph: BoltS server is fully armed and operational
Nov 23 13:40:13 hostname memgraph: BoltS listening on 0.0.0.0 at 7687
If you want the Memgraph service to start automatically on each startup, run the following command:
systemctl enable memgraph
At this point, Memgraph is ready for you to submit queries.
The Memgraph configuration is available in
/etc/memgraph/memgraph.conf. If the
configuration file is altered, Memgraph needs to be restarted. To learn about
all the configuration options, check out the Reference
To shut down the Memgraph server, issue the following command:
systemctl stop memgraph
Where to next?
To learn how to query the database, take a look at the
Querying guide or Memgraph
Playground for interactive tutorials.
Visit the Building applications page if you need to connect to the database programmatically.
If you run into problems during the installation process, check out our installation troubleshooting guide to see if have already covered the topic. For more information on the installation process and for additional questions, visit the Getting help page.