Apr 11, 2013

Install and Run Aerospike Community Edition on CentOS 6.2

This installation is just for CentOS 6.2. If you use other OS like Ubuntu, please see Aerospike Standard Installation.

Step 1. Download Aerospike Database Server rpm packages
You can download here.

Step 2. Untar file

Step 3. Install the Aerospike Server

Step 4. Run the Aerospike Server for Testing

Oops! I got a error message. It means "CLD is stopped!".  Let me see the log.

Aha! Aerospike can't get ip address by eth, bond, wlan. Wait! my network interface name is "bond0.2032". If they use regular expression, it would be solved. But I can't fix it, so I changed my configuration file - /etc/citrusleaf/citrusleaf.conf - as blow. I just added network-interface-name item.


network {
        service {
                address any
                port 3000
                network-interface-name bond0.2032


I ran it again and got succeeded.

Step 5. Verify Installation
I used the Aerospike command line interface tool to verity installation. It is installed as /opt/citrusleaf/bin/cli and lined in /usr/bin/cli. So you can use it normally.

It's simple, right?
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