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Using binary package in Linux

This document will guide you to deploy a stand-alone version of MatrixOne in a Linux environment using binary packages. This installation solution does not need to install pre-dependencies and compile source packages. You can use the mo_ctl tool to help you deploy and manage MatrixOne.

MatrixOne supports x86 and ARM Linux systems. This article uses the Debian11.1 x86 architecture as an example to to show the entire deployment process. If you use the Ubuntu system, it should be noted that there is no root authority by default. It is recommended to add sudo to all the commands in the process.

Pre-dependency Reference

Only the MySQL Client tool must be installed to deploy and install MatrixOne through the binary package.

Dependent software Version
MySQL Client 8.0 or later

Step 1: Install Dependency

1. Install wget or curl

We'll provide a method of Using binary package to install MatrixOne. If you prefer to use the command line, you can pre-install wget or curl.

Tips: It is recommended that you download and install one of these two tools to facilitate future operations.

The wget tool is used to download files from the specified URL. wget is a unique file download tool; it is very stable and has a download speed.

Execute the following commands in sequence to install wget:

## Update the software source list cache
sudo apt udpate
## install wget
sudo apt install wget

After the installation is complete, please enter the following command to verify:

wget -V

The result of a successful installation (only a part of the code is displayed) is as follows:

GNU Wget 1.21.3 built on linux-gnu.
Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

curl is a file transfer tool that works from the command line using URL rules. curl is a comprehensive transfer tool that supports file upload and download.

Go to the Curl website according to the official installation guide to install curl. To verify that curl is installed successfully, use the following command line:

curl --version

The successful installation results (only part of the code is displayed) are as follows:

curl 7.84.0 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.84.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1k-fips zlib/1.2.11
Release-Date: 2022-06-27

2. Install MySQL Client

The Debian11.1 version does not have MySQL Client installed by default, so it needs to be downloaded and installed manually.

  1. Execute the following commands in sequence to install MySQL Client:

    sudo dpkg -i ./mysql-apt-config_0.8.22-1_all.deb
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt install mysql-client
  2. Execute the command mysql --version to test whether MySQL is available. The result of the successful installation is as follows:

    mysql --version
    mysql  Ver 8.0.33 for Linux on x86_64 (MySQL Community Server - GPL)

Step 2: Download binary packages and decompress

Download Method 1 and Download Method 2 need to install the download tools wget or curl first.

Binary for x86 architecture system:

mkdir -p /root/matrixone & cd /root/
unzip -d matrixone/

Binary for ARM architecture system:

mkdir -p /root/matrixone & cd /root/
unzip -d matrixone/

Binary for x86 architecture system:

mkdir -p /root/matrixone & cd /root/
curl -OL
unzip -d matrixone/

Binary for ARM architecture system:

mkdir -p /root/matrixone & cd /root/
curl -OL
unzip -d matrixone/

If you want a more intuitive way to download the page, go to the version 1.1.0, pull down to find the Assets column, and click the installation package or can be downloaded.

Step 3: Install the mo_ctl tool

mo_ctl is a command-line tool for deploying, installing, and managing MatrixOne. It is very convenient to perform various operations on MatrixOne. See mo_ctl Tool for complete usage details.

1. Install the mo_ctl tool

The mo_ctl tool can be installed through the following command:

wget && bash +x ./

2. Set mo_ctl parameters

Using the following command sets the MatrixOne binary decompression file directory to the MO_PATH parameter of mo_ctl. mo_ctl will automatically look for the matrixone folder in MO_PATH.

mo_ctl set_conf MO_PATH="/root"

Step 4: Launch MatrixOne server

Launch the MatrixOne service through the mo_ctl start command.

If the operation is regular, the following log will appear. The relevant operation logs of MatrixOne will be in /data/mo/logs/.

root@VM-16-2-debian:~# mo_ctl start
2023-07-07_09:55:01    [INFO]    No mo-service is running
2023-07-07_09:55:01    [INFO]    Starting mo-service: cd /data/mo//matrixone/ && /data/mo//matrixone/mo-service -daemon -debug-http :9876 -launch /data/mo//matrixone/etc/launch/launch.toml >/data/mo//logs/stdout-20230707_095501.log 2>/data/mo//logs/stderr-20230707_095501.log
2023-07-07_09:55:01    [INFO]    Wait for 2 seconds
2023-07-07_09:55:03    [INFO]    At least one mo-service is running. Process info:
2023-07-07_09:55:03    [INFO]    root      748128       1  2 09:55 ?        00:00:00 /data/mo//matrixone/mo-service -daemon -debug-http :9876 -launch /data/mo//matrixone/etc/launch/launch.toml
2023-07-07_09:55:03    [INFO]    Pids:
2023-07-07_09:55:03    [INFO]    748128
2023-07-07_09:55:03    [INFO]    Start succeeded


The initial startup of MatrixOne approximately takes 20 to 30 seconds. After a brief wait, you can connect to MatrixOne using the MySQL client.

Step 5: Connect to MatrixOne

One-click connection to MatrixOne service through mo_ctl connect command.

This command will invoke the MySQL Client tool to connect to the MatrixOne service automatically.

root@VM-16-2-debian:~# mo_ctl connect
2023-07-07_10:30:20    [INFO]    Checking connectivity
2023-07-07_10:30:20    [INFO]    Ok, connecting for user ...
mysql: [Warning] Using a password on the command line interface can be insecure.
Welcome to the MySQL monitor.  Commands end with ; or \g.
Your MySQL connection id is 15
Server version: 8.0.30-MatrixOne-v1.1.0 MatrixOne

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The above connection and login account is the initial accounts root and the password 111; please change the initial password after logging in to MatrixOne; see MatrixOne Password Management. After changing the login username or password, you must set a new username and password through mo_ctl set_conf. For details, please refer to mo_ctl Tool.