Installing the Apache Cassandra 3.0 on RHEL-based systems
Install using Yum repositories on RHEL, CentOS, and Oracle Linux.
Use these steps to install Cassandra using Yum repositories on RHEL, CentOS, and Oracle Linux.
Before you begin
- Ensure that your platform is supported.
- Yum Package Management application installed.
- Root or sudo access to the install machine.
- Latest version of Oracle Java
Platform, Standard Edition 8 (JDK) or OpenJDK
8. Note: The JDK is recommended for development and production systems. It provides tools that are not in the JRE, such as jstack, jmap, jps, and jstat, that are useful for troubleshooting.
- Python 2.7.
The packaged releases create a
user. When starting Cassandra as a service, the service runs as this user. The
following utilities are included in a separate package: sstable2json,
sstablelevelreset, sstablemetadata, json2sstable, sstablerepairedset, sstablesplit,
In a terminal window:
Check which version of Java is installed by running the following
$ java -versionIt is recommended to use the latest version of Oracle Java 8 or OpenJDK 8 on all nodes.
Add the Apache Cassandra 3.0 repository to the
[datastax] name = DataStax Repo for Apache Cassandra baseurl = http://rpm.datastax.com/community enabled = 1 gpgcheck = 0
Install the latest packages:
$ sudo yum install dsc30 $ sudo yum install cassandra30-tools ## Installs optional utilities.
This command installs the latest version of Cassandra 3.0.x. To install earlier versions, see Installing earlier releases of Cassandra.
Single-node cluster installations only.
$ sudo service cassandra startNote: On some Linux distributions, you many need to use:
$ sudo /etc/init.d/cassandra start
Verify that DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra is running:
$ nodetool status
Datacenter: datacenter1 ======================= Status=Up/Down |/ State=Normal/Leaving/Joining/Moving -- Address Load Tokens Owns Host ID Rack UN 127.0.0.147.66 KB 47.66 KB 256 100% aaa1b7c1-6049-4a08-ad3e-3697a0e30e10 rack1
- Start Cassandra: