Things to know before you start...
Allegro CL Express users should read
about using the
Express Edition with AllegroGraph.
For system configuration guidelines,
please refer to the AllegroGraph Perfomance Tuning page
The AllegroGraph Server runs natively on Linux x86-64 bit. The various clients run on assorted 32 and 64 bit platforms. For Linux, you will need to:
- download and install AllegroGraph
(Ubuntu - use tar.gz, Fedora - use .rpm or tar.gz),
- download and install whichever of the associated clients you want;
you need at least one client,
but AGWebView, included with the
turns a browser into a client.
Run AllegroGraph on Amazon's EC2 Service.
- [Windows and Mac Users] To run AllegroGraph on other operating systems (i.e. Windows, Mac)
we suggest you set up a Linux Virtual Machine for non-performance
experiments. We provide a Virtual Machine image to help facilitate
this installation or you can create one on your own. To create the
Virtual Machine using our image:
- ensure you have x86-64 capable hardware (your native OS can be 32-bit),
download and install the VMware player for your operating
system (links below), and
download and install the AllegroGraph Virtual Machine
After installation, please read about
license key installation.
You can download archived versions