Customer Download Token
MariaDB Corporation customers can use a Customer Download Token to download components of MariaDB Enterprise using command-line tools or automation. This page provides instructions on how to retrieve and use the Customer Download Token.
Alternatively, customers can download MariaDB Enterprise components using a web browser from the MariaDB Enterprise Download page without a Customer Download Token if they are logged in with their MariaDB ID.
Retrieve Customer Download Token
MariaDB Corporation customers can retrieve their Customer Download Token through the MariaDB Customer Portal.
MariaDB Corporation's Customer Download Tokens are customer-specific. Protect the token as you would any security credential.
To retrieve the Customer Download Token for your account:
Navigate to the Customer Download Token at the MariaDB Customer Portal.
Log in using your MariaDB ID.
Copy the Customer Download Token.
Use the Customer Download Token
MariaDB Corporation customers can use their Customer Download Token for multiple operations.
Choose the procedure for your desired operation and substitute your Customer Download Token for
Install MariaDB Enterprise components using package managers on CentOS/RHEL (YUM), Debian/Ubuntu (APT), and SLES (ZYpp)
Download binary files using command-line tools or automation
Deploy MariaDB Enterprise Server using Docker
Configure MariaDB Enterprise Repository
MariaDB Corporation provides the MariaDB Enterprise Repository to install MariaDB Enterprise components using package managers on CentOS/RHEL (YUM), Debian/Ubuntu (APT), and SLES (ZYpp).
For additional information, see "Configure MariaDB Enterprise Repository".
Download Binary Files
MariaDB Corporation provides an interface to download binary files using command-line tools or automation.
Binary files can be downloaded using command-line tools or automation from the MariaDB Download interface with the Customer Download Token. The URL is in the following format:
Download a binary file using the following procedure:
In your web browser, visit the MariaDB Download interface for the specific MariaDB Enterprise component:
In your web browser, navigate to the binary file that you would like to download and copy the URL.
For example, to download a binary tarball of MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6.7-3 for RHEL 8 on x86_64, the URL is:
FILE_IDis an internal identifier that is different for each file.
FILEpath from the copied URL.
For example, to download the file mentioned above, the
Use your Customer Download Token and the
FILEpath to construct your customer-specific URL to download the file using command-line tools or automation.
For example, to download the file mentioned above, the customer-specific URL is:
Use your customer-specific URL to download the file using command-line tools or automation:
For example, to download the file mentioned above using
$ wget https://dlm.mariadb.com/CUSTOMER_DOWNLOAD_TOKEN/FILE_ID/mariadb-enterprise-server/10.6.7-3/bintar-rhel-8-x86_64/mariadb-enterprise-10.6.7-3-rhel-8-x86_64.tar.gz
$ curl -LO https://dlm.mariadb.com/CUSTOMER_DOWNLOAD_TOKEN/FILE_ID/mariadb-enterprise-server/10.6.7-3/bintar-rhel-8-x86_64/mariadb-enterprise-10.6.7-3-rhel-8-x86_64.tar.gz
Log In to MariaDB Enterprise Docker Registry
Docker is an open platform for developing, shipping, and running applications that allows you to separate your applications from your infrastructure. MariaDB Corporation provides the MariaDB Enterprise Docker Registry. The MariaDB Enterprise Docker Registry provides Docker images for MariaDB Enterprise Server. The Docker images for MariaDB Enterprise Server are currently beta maturity, so they are not currently recommended for production.
For additional information, see "Deploy with Docker".