TDengine includes server, client, and ecosystem software and peripheral tools. Currently, version 2.0 of the server can only be installed and run on Linux and will support Windows, macOS, and other OSes in the future. The client can be installed and run on Windows or Linux. Applications on any operating system can use the RESTful interface to connect to the taosd server. Starting with 2.4, TDengine includes taosAdapter to provide an easy-to-use and efficient way to ingest data and includes a RESTful service. taosAdapter needs to be started manually as a stand-alone component. The earlier version uses an embedded HTTP component to provide the RESTful interface.
TDengine supports X64/ARM64/MIPS64/Alpha64 hardware platforms and will support ARM32, RISC-V, and other CPU architectures in the future.
docker run -d -p 6030-6049:6030-6049 -p 6030-6049:6030-6049/udp tdengine/tdengine
Please refer to Quickly Taste TDengine with Docker for the details.
For the time being, we do not recommend using Docker to deploy the TDengine server or client in production environments. However it is a convenient way to deploy TDengine for development purposes. In particular, it is easy to try TDengine in macOS and Windows environments with Docker.
TDengine is very easy to run; download to successful installation takes just a few seconds. For ease of use, the standard server installation package includes the client application and sample code. But if you only need the server application and C/C++ language support for the client connection, you can also download only the lite version of the installation package. The installation packages are available in
deb formats, as well as
tar.gz format for enterprise customers who need to facilitate use on specific operating systems. Releases include both stable and beta releases. We recommend the stable release for production use or testing. The beta release may contain more new features. You can choose to download from the following as needed:
For detailed installation steps, please refer to How to install/uninstall TDengine with installation package.
Click here for release notes.
If you use Debian or Ubuntu system you can use the
apt-get command to install TDengine from the official repository. Please use the following commands to setup:
wget -qO - http://repos.taosdata.com/tdengine.key | sudo apt-key add - echo "deb [arch=amd64] http://repos.taosdata.com/tdengine-stable stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tdengine-stable.list [Optional] echo "deb [arch=amd64] http://repos.taosdata.com/tdengine-beta beta main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tdengine-beta.list sudo apt-get update apt-cache policy tdengine sudo apt-get install tdengine
If the client and server are running on different computers, you can install the client separately. When downloading, please note that the selected client version number should strictly match the server version number downloaded above. Linux and Windows installation packages are as follows (the lite version of the installer comes with connection support for the C/C++ language only, while the standard version of the installer also contains sample code):
If you want to contribute to TDengine, please visit TDengine GitHub page for detailed instructions on build and installation from the source code.
To download other components, beta version, or early releases, please click here.
After installation, you can start the TDengine service by the
systemctl start taosd
Then check if the service is working.
systemctl status taosd
If the service is running successfully, you can play around through the TDengine shell,
systemctlcommand needs the root privilege. Use sudo if you are not the root user.
- To get better product feedback and improve our solution, TDengine will collect basic usage information, but you can modify the configuration parameter telemetryReporting in the system configuration file
taos.cfg, and set it to 0 to turn it off.
- TDengine uses FQDN (usually hostname) as the node ID. To ensure normal operation, you need to set the host's name for the server running
taosd, and configure DNS service or hosts file for the machine running the client application, to ensure the FQDN can be resolved.
TDengine supports installation on Linux systems with systemd as the process service management and uses
which systemctlcommand to detect whether
systemdpackages exist in the system:
systemd is not supported in the system, TDengine service can also be launched via
To launch TDengine shell, the command-line interface, in a Linux terminal, type:
The welcome message is printed if the shell connects to the TDengine server successfully, otherwise, an error message will be printed (refer to our FAQ page for troubleshooting the connection error). The TDengine shell prompt is:
In the TDengine shell, you can create databases, create tables and insert/query data with SQL. Each query command ends with a semicolon. It works like MySQL, for example:
CREATE DATABASE demo; USE demo; CREATE TABLE t (ts TIMESTAMP, speed INT); INSERT INTO t VALUES ('2019-07-15 00:00:00', 10); INSERT INTO t VALUES ('2019-07-15 01:00:00', 20); SELECT * FROM t; ts | speed | =================================== 19-07-15 00:00:00.000| 10| 19-07-15 01:00:00.000| 20| Query OK, 2 row(s) in set (0.001700s)
Besides executing SQL commands, the system administrator can check system status, add or delete accounts, and manage the servers.
You can configure command parameters to change how the TDengine shell executes. Some frequently used options are listed below:
- -c, --config-dir: set the configuration directory. It is /etc/taos by default.
- -h, --host: set the IP address of the server it will connect to. Default is localhost.
- -s, --commands: set the command to run without entering the shell.
- -u, -- user: user name to connect to the server/cluster. Default is root.
- -p, --password: password. Default is 'taosdata'.
- -?, --help: get a full list of supported options.
taos -h h1.taos.com -s "USE db; SHOW TABLES;"
Inside TDengine shell, you can run SQL scripts in a file with the
taos> SOURCE <filename>;
- Use the up/down arrow key to check the command history
- To change the default password, use
- Use Ctrl+c to interrupt any queries
- To clean the schema of locally cached tables, execute the command
RESET QUERY CACHE
Once the TDengine server started, you can execute the command
taosBenchmark (which was named
taosdemo) in the Linux terminal. In 184.108.40.206 and early release, taosBenchmark is distributed within taosTools package. In later release, taosBenchmark will be included within TDengine again.
Using this command, a STable named
meters will be created in the database
test. There are 10k tables under this STable, named from
d9999. In each table, there are 100k rows of records, each row with columns （
phase. The timestamp is from "2017-07-14 10:40:00 000" to "2017-07-14 10:41:39 999". Each table also has tags
groupId is set from 1 to 10,
location is set to "beijing" or "shanghai".
Once execution is finished, 1 billion rows of records will be inserted. It usually takes about a dozen seconds to execute this command on a normal PC server but it may be different depending on the particular hardware platform performance.
you can run the command
taosBenchmark with many options, like the number of tables, rows of records, and so on. To know more about these options, you can execute
taosBenchmark --help and then take a try using different options.
For more details on how to use taosBenchmark, please refer to How to use taosBenchmark to test the performance of TDengine.
In the TDengine client, enter sql query commands and then taste our lightning query speed.
- query total rows of records：
taos> SELECT COUNT(*) FROM test.meters;
- query average, max, and min of the total 1 billion records：
taos> SELECT AVG(current), MAX(voltage), MIN(phase) FROM test.meters;
- query the number of records where location="beijing":
taos> SELECT COUNT(*) FROM test.meters WHERE location="beijing";
- query the average, max and min of total records where areaid=10：
taos> SELECT AVG(current), MAX(voltage), MIN(phase) FROM test.meters WHERE groupId=10;
- query the average, max, min from table t10 when aggregating over every 10s:
taos> SELECT AVG(current), MAX(voltage), MIN(phase) FROM test.d10 INTERVAL(10s);
List of platforms supported by TDengine server
|CentOS 6/7/8||Ubuntu 16/18/20||Other Linux||UnionTech UOS||NeoKylin||LINX V60/V80|
|FT ARM64||○Ubuntu Kylin|
Note: ● has been verified by official tests; ○ has been verified by unofficial tests.
List of platforms supported by TDengine client and connectors
At the moment, TDengine connectors can support a wide range of platforms, including hardware platforms such as X64/X86/ARM64/ARM32/MIPS/Alpha, and operating systems such as Linux/Win64/Win32.
Comparison matrix as following:
|CPU||X64 64bit||X86 32bit||ARM64||ARM32||MIPS Godson||Alpha Shenwei||X64 TimecomTech|
Note: ● has been verified by official tests; ○ has been verified by unofficial tests.
Please visit Connectors section for more detailed information.