AsterixDB is a BDMS (Big Data Management System) with a rich feature set that sets it apart from other Big Data platforms. Its feature set makes it well-suited to modern needs such as web data warehousing and social data storage and analysis. AsterixDB has:
To build AsterixDB from source, you should have a platform with the following:
Additionally to run all the integration tests you should be running
sshd locally, and have passwordless ssh logins enabled for the account which is running the tests.
Instructions for building the master:
Checkout AsterixDB master:
$git clone https://github.com/apache/asterixdb.git
Build AsterixDB master:
$cd asterixdb $mvn clean package -DskipTests
##Running AsterixDB (on your machine from your build) Here are steps to get AsterixDB running on your machine:
Create a directory as the home for AsterixDB installer program, i.e., managix:
Copy AsterixDB binary artifact into the installer directory and unzip it:
$cp asterixdb/asterix-installer/target/asterix-installer-*-binary-assembly.zip ~/managix/ $cd ~/managix $unzip asterix-installer-*-binary-assembly.zip
Configure the installer:
Validate if the computer environment is suitable:
Create and start your instance:
$bin/managix create -n test -c clusters/local/local.xml
Good to go and run queries in your browser at:
Read more documentations to learn the data model, query language, and how to create a cluster instance: [https://ci.apache.org/projects/asterixdb/index.html] (https://ci.apache.org/projects/asterixdb/index.html)
AsterixDB's official documentation resides at [https://ci.apache.org/projects/asterixdb/index.html] (https://ci.apache.org/projects/asterixdb/index.html). This is built from the maven project under
asterix-doc/ as a maven site. The documentation on the official website refers to the most stable build version, so for pre-release versions one should refer to the compiled documentation.
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