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Install Aerospike Tools

Aerospike Tools are optimized for 64-bit Linux distributions, and come packaged as Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) packages and Debian packages. Tools are also provided on macOS.

Download Aerospike Tools

You can download Aerospike Tools manually from the Download page. Make sure to read the release notes of the version you are downloading. Alternatively, you can automate downloading versions of the tools package from the artifact repository. See the FAQ on downloads for details.

Base URL

https://download.aerospike.com/artifacts/aerospike-tools/<version>/

Tools version 8.0.1 and newer

Starting with (server version 6.2) Tools 8.0.1 where support for 64-bit ARM is introduced, the tools package follows the following naming convention:

Package name

aerospike-tools_<version>_<distro>_<architecture>.tgz

version: 8.0.1, and so on

distro: debian10, debian11, ubuntu18.04, ubuntu20.04, el7, el8, macOS

architecture: x86_64, aarch64, arm64 (Apple M1) - based on uname -m

wget -O aerospike-tools.tgz https://download.aerospike.com/artifacts/aerospike-tools/8.0.1/aerospike-tools-8.0.1_el8_x86_64.tgz

Prior to Tools version 8.0.1

Prior to (server version 6.2) Tools 8.0.1, Aerospike Tools were all intended to run only on x86_64 architecture (on Linux distros or macOS).

Package name

aerospike-tools-<version>-<distro>.tgz

version: 7.3.1, and so on

distro: debian10, debian11, ubuntu18.04, ubuntu20.04, el7, el8, macOS, mac-catalina

wget -O aerospike-tools.tgz https://download.aerospike.com/artifacts/aerospike-tools/7.3.1/aerospike-tools-7.3.1-el7.tgz

Install Aerospike Database

Install on Red Hat

Install Aerospike Tools on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, Rocky Linux, Amazon Linux, Oracle Linux, and other Linux distributions using RPMs (.rpm) and compatible with RHEL el7 or el8.

Install on Ubuntu

Install Aerospike Server on Ubuntu using Ubuntu packages (.deb).

Install on Debian

Install Aerospike Server on Ubuntu using Debian packages (.deb).

Install on macOS

Install Aerospike Tools on macOS (.pkg).

Configuration

Aerospike Tools can read startup options from a common configuration file.