Using snap, users can now easily install and manage ReductStore on various Linux distributions.
Snap is a universal package manager developed by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux. It allows developers to package their applications and dependencies into a single package that can be installed on any Linux distribution that supports snap, without worrying about different packaging formats and dependency conflicts.
To install ReductStore using snap, first make sure that
snapd is installed on your system. You can install
snapd on Ubuntu and other Debian-based distributions using the following command:
$ sudo apt install snapd
snapd is installed, you can install ReductStore using the following command:
$ sudo snap install reductstore
This will download and install the latest version of ReductStore from the snap store.
After the installation is complete, you can see the database running as a service:
$ snap services reductstore
Once installed, users can access the database through the built-in web console by opening their browser and navigating to http://localhost:8383. Alternatively, they can use the Reduct CLI for more advanced management and querying of the database.
Moreover, you can manage ReductStore’s settings using the
snap set/get commands:
$ snap get reductstore $ snap set reductstore log_level=DEBUG $ snap logs reductstore
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