In addition to required packages by Seastar, the following packages are required by Scylla.
Scylla uses submodules, so make sure you pull the submodules first by doing:
git submodule init git submodule update --recursive
Building and Running Scylla on Fedora
- Installing required packages:
sudo yum install yaml-cpp-devel lz4-devel zlib-devel snappy-devel jsoncpp-devel thrift-devel antlr3-tool antlr3-C++-devel libasan libubsan gcc-c++ gnutls-devel ninja-build ragel libaio-devel cryptopp-devel xfsprogs-devel numactl-devel hwloc-devel libpciaccess-devel libxml2-devel python3-pyparsing lksctp-tools-devel
- Build Scylla
./configure.py --mode=release --with=scylla --disable-xen
ninja-build build/release/scylla -j2 # you can use more cpus if you have tons of RAM
* Run Scylla
* run Scylla with one CPU and ./tmp as data directory
./build/release/scylla --datadir tmp --commitlog-directory tmp --smp 1
* For more run options:
## Building Fedora RPM As a pre-requisite, you need to install [Mock](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Mock) on your machine:
sudo yum install mock
Add user to the "mock" group:
usermod -a -G mock $USER && newgrp mock
Then, to build an RPM, run:
The built RPM is stored in ``/var/lib/mock/<configuration>/result`` directory. For example, on Fedora 21 mock reports the following:
INFO: Done(scylla-server-0.00-1.fc21.src.rpm) Config(default) 20 minutes 7 seconds
INFO: Results and/or logs in: /var/lib/mock/fedora-21-x86_64/result
## Building Fedora-based Docker image Build a Docker image with:
docker build -t <image-name> .
Run the image with:
docker run -p $(hostname -i):9042:9042 -i -t <image name>
Contributing to Scylla
Do not send pull requests.
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