Step 2: Install Enterprise ColumnStore 23.10


This page details step 2 of a 5-step procedure for deploying Single-Node Enterprise ColumnStore 23.10 with Object storage.

This step installs MariaDB Enterprise Server 23.08 and MariaDB Enterprise ColumnStore 23.10.

Interactive commands are detailed. Alternatively, the described operations can be performed using automation.

Retrieve Download Token

MariaDB Corporation provides package repositories for CentOS / RHEL (YUM) and Debian / Ubuntu (APT). A download token is required to access the MariaDB Enterprise Repository.

Customer Download Tokens are customer-specific and are available through the MariaDB Customer Portal.

To retrieve the token for your account:

  1. Navigate to

  2. Log in.

  3. Copy the Customer Download Token.

Substitute your token for CUSTOMER_DOWNLOAD_TOKEN when configuring the package repositories.

Set Up Repository

  1. Install the prerequisites for downloading the software from the Web.

    Install on CentOS / RHEL (YUM):

    $ sudo yum install wget

    Install on Debian / Ubuntu (APT):

    $ sudo apt install wget apt-transport-https
  2. Configure package repositories and specify Enterprise Server 23.08:

    $ wget
    $ echo "f8eb9c1b59ccfd979d27e39798d2f2a98447dd29e2149ce92bf606aab4493ad9  mariadb_es_repo_setup" \
           | sha256sum -c -
    $ chmod +x mariadb_es_repo_setup
    $ sudo ./mariadb_es_repo_setup --token="CUSTOMER_DOWNLOAD_TOKEN" --apply \
          --skip-maxscale \
          --skip-tools \

Install Enterprise ColumnStore

  1. Install additional dependencies:

    Install on CentOS / RHEL (YUM)

    $ sudo yum install epel-release
    $ sudo yum install jemalloc

    Install of Debian 10 and Ubuntu 20.04 (APT):

    $ sudo apt install libjemalloc2

    Install on Debian 9 and Ubuntu 18.04 (APT):

    $ sudo apt install libjemalloc1
  2. Install MariaDB Enterprise Server and MariaDB Enterprise ColumnStore:

    Install on CentOS / RHEL (YUM):

    $ sudo yum install MariaDB-server \
       MariaDB-backup \
       MariaDB-shared \
       MariaDB-client \

    Install on Debian / Ubuntu (APT):

    $ sudo apt install mariadb-server \
       mariadb-backup \
       libmariadb3 \
       mariadb-client \