This chapter explains how to download and set up Tarantool Enterprise and run a sample application provided with it.
The recommended system requirements for running Tarantool Enterprise are as follows.
To fully ensure the fault tolerance of a distributed data storage system, at least three physical computers or virtual servers are required.
For testing/development purposes, the system can be deployed using a smaller number of servers; however, it is not recommended to use such configurations for production.
As host operating systems, Tarantool Enterprise supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS versions 7.5 and higher.
Tarantool Enterprise can run on other
systemd-based Linux distributions but it is not tested on them and may not work as expected.
glibc2.17-260.el7_6.6 and higher is required. Take care to check and update, if needed:
$ rpm -q glibc glibc-2.17-196.el7_4.2 $ yum update glibc
Hereinafter, “storage servers” or “Tarantool servers” are the computers used to store and process data, and “administration server” is the computer used by the system operator to install and configure the product.
The Tarantool cluster has a full mesh topology, therefore all Tarantool servers should be able to communicate and send traffic from any TCP port to TCP ports 3000:4000.
To configure remote monitoring or to connect via the administrative console, the administration server should be able to access the following TCP ports on Tarantool servers:
- 22 to use the SSH protocol,
- ports specified in
http_portparameter) to monitor the HTTP-metrics.
Additionally, it is recommended to apply the following settings for
on all Tarantool servers:
$ # TCP KeepAlive setting $ sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_time=60 $ sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_intvl=5 $ sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_probes=5
This optional setup of the Linux network stack helps speed up the troubleshooting of network connectivity when the server physically fails. To achieve the maximum performance, you may also need to configure other network stack parameters that are not specific to the Tarantool DBMS. For more information, please refer to the Network Performance Tuning Guide section of the RHEL7 user documentation.
The latest release packages of Tarantool Enterprise are available in the
at Tarantool website. Please contact
email@example.com for access.
Each package is distributed as a
tar + gzip archive and includes
the following components and features:
- static Tarantool binary for simplified deployment in Linux environments,
- selection of open and closed source modules,
- sample application walking you through all included modules.
tarantoolis the main executable of Tarantool.
tarantoolctlis the utility script for installing supplementary modules and connecting to the administrative console.
cartridgeis the utility script to help you set up a development environment for applications and pack them for easy deployment.
examples/is the directory containing sample applications:
pg_writethrough_cache/is an application showcasing how Tarantool can cache data written to, for example, a PostgreSQL database;
ora_writebehind_cache/is an application showcasing how Tarantool can cache writes and queue them to, for example, an Oracle database;
docker/is an application designed to be easily packed into a Docker container;
rocks/is the directory containing a selection of additional open and closed source modules included in the distribution as an offline rocks repository. See the rocks reference for details.
templates/is the directory containing template files for your application development environment.
deprecated/is a set of modules that are no longer actively supported:
vshard-zookeeper-orchestratoris a Python application for launching
zookeeper-scmfiles are the ZooKeeper integration modules (require
tar + gzip archive should be uploaded to a server and unpacked:
$ tar xvf tarantool-enterprise-bundle-<version>.tar.gz
No further installation is required as the unpacked binaries are almost ready
to go. Go to the directory with the binaries (
add them to the executable path by running the script provided by the distribution:
$ source ./env.sh
Make sure you have enough privileges to run the script and the file is executable.
chown commands to adjust it.
Next, set up your development environment as described in the developer’s guide.