Before setting up SlashDB, make sure Docker is installed on the target system.


1. First download the SlashDB docker image provided by our team from Docker Hub.

Input the following:

docker pull slashdb/slashdb

3. Check if the image is present in your local repo by (image id may differ):

docker images
REPOSITORY      TAG         IMAGE ID        CREATED             SIZE
slashdb         latest      edfc56915a4c    About an hour ago   1.237 GB

4. Unzip the default SlashDB configuration files:

wget -c


5. Next, input the following to start SlashDB.

docker run -d -p 8000:80 -v /my/path/slashdb:/etc/slashdb -v /my/path/log/slashdb:/var/log/slashdb slashdb/slashdb

7. Check to see if SlashDB is running by:

docker sp
CONTAINER ID    IMAGE           COMMAND                  CREATED              STATUS              PORTS                  NAMES
df3436fb8075    slashdb:0.9.21  "/bin/sh -c superviso"   About a minute ago   Up About a minute>80/tcp  bright_jennings

8. SlashDB should be accessible at http://localhost:8000.

9. To finish setup see:

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