Run RisingWave in Docker
This article will help you pull a RisingWave image and run it as a Docker container.
This method starts RisingWave in playground mode, where data is not persisted after the service is terminated.
Start RisingWave in full-featured mode for data persistence and stable performance.
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Pull and run RisingWave
As prerequisites, you need to install and run Docker Desktop in your environment.
Run the following command to pull and start the latest release of RisingWave in single-binary playground mode.
docker run -it --pull=always -p 4566:4566 -p 5691:5691 risingwavelabs/risingwave:latest playground
You can find the previous releases and nightly builds on Docker Hub.
For example, if you would like to use RisingWave v0.1.17, run:
docker run -it --pull=always -p 4566:4566 -p 5691:5691 risingwavelabs/risingwave:v0.1.17 playground
If you see the logs, you have successfully started RisingWave.
Connect to RisingWave
After RisingWave is up and running, you need to connect to it via the Postgres interactive terminal
psql so that you can issue queries to RisingWave and see the query results.
Open a new terminal window and run:
psql -h localhost -p 4566 -d dev -U root
You can now connect a streaming source to RisingWave and issue SQL queries to manage your data.