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Prerequisite

Note: Please install MinGW or WSL or git bash if you are using Windows.

Example of distributed configurations for 1 node and 1 replica

Compile from source code:

mvn clean package -DskipTests
chmod -R 777 ./cluster/target/
nohup ./cluster/target/iotdb-cluster-0.13.0-SNAPSHOT/sbin/start-node.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 &

Use the official website release version:

curl -O https://downloads.apache.org/iotdb/0.12.1/apache-iotdb-0.12.1-cluster-bin.zip
unzip apache-iotdb-0.12.1-cluster-bin.zip
cd apache-iotdb-0.12.1-cluster-bin
sed -i -e 's/^seed_nodes=127.0.0.1:9003,127.0.0.1:9005,127.0.0.1:9007$/seed_nodes=127.0.0.1:9003/g' conf/iotdb-cluster.properties
sed -i -e 's/^default_replica_num=3$/default_replica_num=1/g' conf/iotdb-cluster.properties
nohup ./sbin/start-node.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 &

Example of distributed configurations for 3 nodes and 1 replica on a single machine

Configurations

You can start multiple instances on a single machine by modifying the configurations yourself to handling port and file directory conflicts.

Node1:(default)

iotdb-cluster.properties

seed_nodes = 127.0.0.1:9003,127.0.0.1:9005,127.0.0.1:9007
default_replica_num = 1
internal_meta_port = 9003
internal_data_port = 40010

iotdb-engine.properties

rpc_port=6667

Node2:

iotdb-cluster.properties

seed_nodes = 127.0.0.1:9003,127.0.0.1:9005,127.0.0.1:9007
default_replica_num = 1
internal_meta_port = 9005
internal_data_port = 40012

iotdb-engine.properties

rpc_port=6669

Node3:

iotdb-cluster.properties

seed_nodes = 127.0.0.1:9003,127.0.0.1:9005,127.0.0.1:9007
default_replica_num = 1
internal_meta_port = 9007
internal_data_port = 40014

iotdb-engine.properties

rpc_port=6671

Compile from source code:

mvn clean package -DskipTests
chmod -R 777 ./cluster/target/
nohup ./cluster/target/iotdb-cluster-0.13.0-SNAPSHOT/sbin/start-node.sh ./cluster/target/test-classes/node1conf/ >/dev/null 2>&1 &
nohup ./cluster/target/iotdb-cluster-0.13.0-SNAPSHOT/sbin/start-node.sh ./cluster/target/test-classes/node2conf/ >/dev/null 2>&1 &
nohup ./cluster/target/iotdb-cluster-0.13.0-SNAPSHOT/sbin/start-node.sh ./cluster/target/test-classes/node3conf/ >/dev/null 2>&1 &

Use the official website release version:

Download the release version:

curl -O https://downloads.apache.org/iotdb/0.12.1/apache-iotdb-0.12.1-cluster-bin.zip

Unzip the package:

unzip apache-iotdb-0.12.1-cluster-bin.zip

Enter IoTDB cluster root directory:

cd apache-iotdb-0.12.1-cluster-bin

Set default_replica_num = 1:

sed -i -e 's/^default_replica_num=3$/default_replica_num=1/g' conf/iotdb-cluster.properties

Create conf_dir for node2 and node3:

cp -r conf node2_conf
cp -r conf node3_conf

Handle port and file directory conflicts:

sed -i -e 's/^internal_meta_port=9003$/internal_meta_port=9005/g' -e 's/^internal_data_port=40010$/internal_data_port=40012/g' node2_conf/iotdb-cluster.properties
sed -i -e 's/^internal_meta_port=9003$/internal_meta_port=9007/g' -e 's/^internal_data_port=40010$/internal_data_port=40014/g' node3_conf/iotdb-cluster.properties
sed -i -e 's/^rpc_port=6667$/rpc_port=6669/g' -e node2_conf/iotdb-engine.properties
sed -i -e 's/^rpc_port=6667$/rpc_port=6671/g' -e node3_conf/iotdb-engine.properties
sed -i -e 's/^# data_dirs=data\/data$/data_dirs=node2\/data/g' -e 's/^# wal_dir=data\/wal$/wal_dir=node2\/wal/g' -e 's/^# tracing_dir=data\/tracing$/tracing_dir=node2\/tracing/g' -e 's/^# system_dir=data\/system$/system_dir=node2\/system/g' -e 's/^# udf_root_dir=ext\/udf$/udf_root_dir=node2\/ext\/udf/g' -e 's/^# index_root_dir=data\/index$/index_root_dir=node2\/index/g' node2_conf/iotdb-engine.properties
sed -i -e 's/^# data_dirs=data\/data$/data_dirs=node3\/data/g' -e 's/^# wal_dir=data\/wal$/wal_dir=node3\/wal/g' -e 's/^# tracing_dir=data\/tracing$/tracing_dir=node3\/tracing/g' -e 's/^# system_dir=data\/system$/system_dir=node3\/system/g' -e 's/^# udf_root_dir=ext\/udf$/udf_root_dir=node3\/ext\/udf/g' -e 's/^# index_root_dir=data\/index$/index_root_dir=node3\/index/g' node3_conf/iotdb-engine.properties

You can modify the configuration items by yourself instead of using "sed" command

Start the three nodes with their configurations:

nohup ./sbin/start-node.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 &
nohup ./sbin/start-node.sh ./node2_conf/ >/dev/null 2>&1 &
nohup ./sbin/start-node.sh ./node3_conf/ >/dev/null 2>&1 &

Example of distributed configurations for 3 nodes and 3 replicas

Suppose we need to deploy the distributed IoTDB on three physical nodes, A, B, and C, whose public network IP is A_public_IP, B_public_IP, and C_public_IP, and private network IP is A_private_IP, B_private_IP, and C_private_IP.

Note: If there is no public network IP or private network IP, both can be set to the same, just need to ensure that the client can access the server. The private ip corresponds to configuration iteminternal_ ipin iotdb-cluster.properties, and the public ip corresponds to configuration item rpc_ address in iotdb-engine.properties.

Configurations

NodeA:

iotdb-cluster.properties

seed_nodes = A_private_Ip:9003,B_private_Ip:9003,C_private_Ip:9003
default_replica_num = 3
internal_meta_port = 9003
internal_data_port = 40010
internal_ip = A_private_Ip

iotdb-engine.properties

rpc_port = 6667
rpc_address = A_public_ip 

NodeB:

iotdb-cluster.properties

seed_nodes = A_private_Ip:9003,B_private_Ip:9003,C_private_Ip:9003
default_replica_num = 3
internal_meta_port = 9003
internal_data_port = 40010
internal_ip = B_private_Ip

iotdb-engine.properties

rpc_port = 6667
rpc_address = B_public_ip 

NodeC:

iotdb-cluster.properties

seed_nodes = A_private_Ip:9003,B_private_Ip:9003,C_private_Ip:9003
default_replica_num = 3
internal_meta_port = 9003
internal_data_port = 40010
internal_ip = C_private_Ip

iotdb-engine.properties

rpc_port = 6667
rpc_address = C_public_ip 

Start IoTDB cluster

The operation steps are as follows:

  • Use 'mvn clean package -pl cluster -am -DskipTests' to compile the distributed module or directly go into the websiteopen in new window to download the latest version.

  • Make sure ports 6567, 6667, 9003, 9004, 40010, 40011 and 31999 are open on all three nodes.

  • Send the package to all servers.

  • Modify the configuration items.

  • Run sh sbin/start-node.sh on each of the three nodes (or run in the background).

Compile from source code:

mvn clean package -DskipTests
chmod -R 777 ./cluster/target/
cd cluster/target/iotdb-cluster-0.13.0-SNAPSHOT/

Use the official website release version:

Download the release version:

curl -O https://downloads.apache.org/iotdb/0.12.4/apache-iotdb-0.12.4-cluster-bin.zip

Unzip the package:

unzip apache-iotdb-0.12.4-cluster-bin.zip

Enter IoTDB cluster root directory:

cd apache-iotdb-0.12.4-cluster-bin

Set default_replica_num = 3: default value of this configuration item is 3

Set internal_ip = private ip of node (e.g. 192.168.1.1)

sed -i -e 's/^internal_ip=127.0.0.1$/internal_ip=192.168.1.1/g' conf/iotdb-cluster.properties

Set seed_node = A_private_Ip:9003,B_private_Ip:9003,C_private_Ip:9003 (e.g. private ip of all three nodes are 192.168.1.1,192.168.1.2,192.168.1.3)

sed -i -e 's/^seed_nodes=127.0.0.1:9003,127.0.0.1:9005,127.0.0.1:9007$/seed_nodes=192.168.1.1:9003,192.168.1.2:9003,192.168.1.3:9003/g' conf/iotdb-cluster.properties

Set rpc_address = public ip of node (e.g. 192.168.1.1)

sed -i -e 's/^rpc_address=127.0.0.1$/rpc_address=192.168.1.1/g' conf/iotdb-engine.properties

You can modify the configuration items by yourself instead of using "sed" command

Start the three nodes with their configurations:

nohup ./sbin/start-node.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 &

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