To install the
.rpm packages for FerretDB on your RHEL, CentOS, and other
you can use
Download the latest FerretDB
.rpm package from our release pages,
then run the following command in your terminal:
sudo rpm -i ferretdb.rpm
You can check that FerretDB was installed by running
FerretDB does not automatically installs PostgreSQL or other backends. To install PostgreSQL, run the following commands:
sudo yum install -y postgresql
.rpm package does not provide a SystemD unit for starting FerretDB automatically.
You have to do it manually by running
ferretdb binary with the correct flags.
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