Installing ArangoDB on macOS
- tar.gz Archive (starting from v3.4.0)
When installing ArangoDB via the macOS package manager Homebrew,only the Community Edition is available.
The Homebrew installation is updated a few days after theofficial release of a new version.
If you are using ,then you can install the latest released stable version of ArangoDB using brew as follows:
This will install the current stable version of ArangoDB and alldependencies within your Homebrew tree. Note that the server will beinstalled as:
<VERSION> is a placeholder for the actual version number, e.g.
Configuration file is located at:
The ArangoDB shell will be installed as:
You can uninstall ArangoDB using:
brew uninstall arangodb
However, in case you started ArangoDB using the launchctl, youneed to unload it before uninstalling the server:
Then remove the LaunchAgent:
- The ArangoDB Starter is not included in v3.3.x, but shipped with all 3.4.x versions.
- The Commandline argument parsing does not accept blanks in filenames; the CLI version below does.
- If you need to change server endpoint while starting homebrew version, you can edit arangod.conf file and uncomment line with endpoint needed, e.g.:
We provide a command-line app called ArangoDB-CLI.Visit the official Download page of theArangoDB website and download the DMG Package for macOS.
You can install the application in your application folder.
Starting the application will start the server and open a terminal windowshowing you the log-file.
Note that it is possible to install both, the homebrew version and the command-lineapp. You should, however, edit the configuration files of one version and changethe port used.
Starting from v3.4.0 a tar.gz package is also available for macOS.
To install, just extract the archive.