Any Linux distribution which supports ArangoDB 2.8.11 can be used, and you can see which distributions are supported on the official installation package, along with steps to install, from the official ArangoDB website.
For convenience, we include here the steps for installing on
Currently Centro must use ArangoDB 2.8.11.
Install of ArangoDB for Linux
Make sure you follow the steps for your version of Linux. The same steps are used for updating the ArangoDB engine.
In case the 2.8.11 version of ArangoDB cannot be found, it has been archived by on Arangodb.com at
Please make sure that you run these commands one line at a time, as it might break the process otherwise.
First, you must obtain root access by running
And then typing in your root password.
Find the Linux OS and version that suits your environment.
wget https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/Debian_8.0/Release.key apt-key add - < Release.key echo 'deb https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/Debian_8.0/ /' | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arangodb.list apt-get update apt-get install arangodb=2.8.11
wget https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/Debian_7.0/Release.key apt-key add - < Release.key apt-key add - < Release.key echo 'deb https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/Debian_7.0/ /' | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arangodb.list apt-get update apt-get install arangodb=2.8.11
curl -O https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/xUbuntu_16.04/Release.key apt-key add - < Release.key echo 'deb https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/xUbuntu_16.04/ /' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arangodb.list apt-get install apt-transport-https apt-get update apt-get install arangodb=2.8.11
curl -O https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/xUbuntu_15.10/Release.key apt-key add - < Release.key echo 'deb https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/xUbuntu_15.10/ /' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arangodb.list apt-get install apt-transport-https apt-get update apt-get install arangodb=2.8.11
cd /etc/yum.repos.d/ curl -O https://download.arangodb.com/arangodb2/CentOS_7/arangodb.repo yum -y install arangodb-2.8.11 firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=8529/tcp firewall-cmd --reload
Setting Up EndPoint
After installation, you need to bind the ArangoDB service to listen on all inbound endpoints. You can do this by editing the config file as follows:
cat /etc/arangodb/arangod.conf | sed 's/endpoint = tcp:\/\/127.0.0.1:8529/endpoint = tcp:\/\/0.0.0.0:8529/' > /etc/arangodb/arangod.conf.new ; cp /etc/arangodb/arangod.conf.new /etc/arangodb/arangod.conf service arangodb restart
Deploying the Centro Database
Alongside the installation files for Centro, you should find a folder named “Deploy” which contains the necessary scripts to install your Centro database.
After copying the “Deploy” folder to your Linux machine, run the following shell script to deploy the database:
You will see some output indicating the deployment steps being carried out.
Congratulations, your Centro database is now deployed! When updates become available, you will be able to use the same setup script to install any updates to your database.
You can view the database from http://<Server-IP>:8529/_db/<Database –Name>/
Where Server-IP is the IP address of the server machine you installed ArangoDB on, and Database-Name is the name you used when deploying the database (ActifyDB by default).
If you do not know the IP address of the machine, you can check it by running:
The IP address will be under inet addr: in the output of the command. This will be the one which corresponds to the eth0 adapter and not local loopback (i.e. the address should not be 127.0.0.0.1).