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Version: v1.20

RPM package

To install the .rpm packages for FerretDB on your RHEL, CentOS, and other .rpm-based systems, you can use rpm tool.

Download the latest FerretDB .rpm package from our release pages, rename it to ferretdb.rpm, then run the following command in your terminal:

sudo rpm -i ferretdb.rpm

You can check that FerretDB was installed by running

ferretdb --version

FerretDB does not automatically install PostgreSQL or other backends. To install PostgreSQL, run the following commands:

sudo yum install -y postgresql

Currently, our .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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