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Cluster Management with Tools

SingleStore Tools Overview

SingleStore provides a suite of tools to manage and interact with your cluster.

SingleStoreDB Toolbox

For clusters running MemSQL 6.7 or later, you should use SingleStoreDB Toolbox to deploy, administer, and manage your cluster. The associated command-line tools are packaged in Debian, RPM, and tarball files which allows them to be part of common automated deployment workflows.

Most of the tools are part of the singlestoredb-toolbox package; however, the lower-level management tool, memsqlctl, is part of the singlestoredb-server package (along with the SingleStoreDB engine itself).

For more information on the tools, see the following links:

  • sdb-deploy. Installs memsqlctl and the SingleStoreDB database engine to hosts in the cluster.

  • sdb-admin. Helps you manage a SingleStoreDB cluster.

  • sdb-report. Collects and performs diagnostic checks on your cluster.

  • sdb-toolbox-config. Performs host registration.

  • memsqlctl. Provides lower-level access to manage nodes on a host.

Visualization and Application Tools

The following tools allow you to directly monitor and issue queries against your cluster, and as with the management tools above, they are packaged in Debian, RPM, or tar files for easy deployment and management:

  • SingleStoreDB Studio. Provides a visual user interface that allows you to easily monitor, debug, and interact with all of your SingleStoreDB clusters. Available in the singlestoredb-studio package.

  • SingleStore Client . A lightweight client application that allows you to connect to your SingleStoreDB cluster and run queries. Available in the singlestore-client package.

  • SingleStore Replicate. A data ingestion tool for replicating data from a source type (such as Oracle) into SingleStoreDB. Filters and maps can be used to tailor how the data is replicated.