Start the SingleStoreDB Cluster
Open a new terminal window in the same directory as the
First, set the license as an environment variable.
$env:LICENSE = 'paste_license_here'
Paste your actual license in place of
Next, type this in the shell:
This tells Docker to pull or build all the images, start up all the containers in our
docker-compose. file, and stream the console output from each container to our terminal.
If you get an error starting the cluster, double-check that the license is correct and that Docker is running.
Congratulations! You’ve launched a SingleStoreDB cluster.
Last modified: July 5, 2023