The following instructions will allow you to get started quickly with PGX and to analyze graphs directly on your local machine.
More advanced usage models, which include running PGX as a server, can be found at the end of this section.
Basic Server Installation
Install the Oracle JDK 8, if it is not already on your system. Refer to your system administrator, or follow these instructions to install:
- Download Java SE 8 Development Kit (JDK8) from here .
- Follow the installation instructions located above.
- Make sure the
JAVA_HOME environment variable points to the JDK8 home directory, e.g.
Download the PGX server package
Unpack the downloaded zip file into a directory of your choice. For example,
unzip pgx-2.5.0-server.zip -d /opt/pgx.
cd into the installation directory. Verify PGX boots up by starting the PGX Shell:
See our troubleshooting section if you encounter problems.
bin - PGX executables
conf - PGX configuration files
distributed - PGX distributed server binaries (multiple machine deployment)
examples - Example code (Java, Green-Marl) and example graph data
shared-memory - PGX shared-memory server binaries (single machine deployment)
yarn - libraries for Hadoop YARN deployment
Advanced use cases
Start a PGX Server
Read in the following tutorials how to start the PGX server in shared memory mode (single machine, scale up)
or distributed mode (multiple machines, scale out):
Start the PGX shared memory server
Start the PGX distributed server
PGX on Hadoop
PGX also supports HDFS and runs on YARN. Details for these can be found in these tutorials:
Load from and store to HDFS
Run PGX as YARN application
Deploy PGX as Servlet Web Application
You can also run shared memory PGX inside of a web application. PGX ships with a WAR-file which can be
deployed directly into your favorite servlet container:
Deploy PGX into Weblogic
Deploy PGX into Jetty
Deploy PGX into Tomcat
Do you already have a PGX server running? Refer to this tutorial to learn how to connect to a server:
Connect to a running PGX server