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README.md

Alluxio Documentation

Welcome to the Alluxio documentation!

This README will walk you through navigating and building the Alluxio documentation, which is included here with the Alluxio source code. By building it yourself, you can be sure that you have the documentation that corresponds to whichever version of Alluxio you currently have checked out of version control.

Read on to learn more about viewing documentation in plain text (i.e., markdown) or building the documentation yourself.

Documentation Markdown

We include the Alluxio documentation as part of the source (as opposed to using a hosted wiki, such as the Github wiki, as the definitive documentation) to enable the documentation to evolve along with the source code and be captured by revision control (currently git). This way the code automatically includes the version of the documentation that is relevant regardless of which version or release you have checked out or downloaded.

In directories like docs/en or docs/cn you will find text files with a .md suffix, formatted using Github flavor Markdown syntax. You can read those text files directly if you want. Start with index.md.

Generating the Documentation HTML

To make the documentation more visually appealing and easier to navigate, you can generate the HTML version of the documentation. To do this, you will need to have Jekyll installed; the easiest way to do this is via a Ruby Gem (see the jekyll installation instructions).

Before running jekyll, please run mvn to generate Java doc under alluxio root directory.

$ mvn javadoc:javadoc
$ mvn javadoc:aggregate

Then go to docs directory and use jekyll to build the HTML documentation.

$ cd docs
$ jekyll build

This will create a directory called _site containing index.html as well as the rest of the HTML files compiled from markdown files.

In addition to generating the site as HTML from the markdown files, jekyll can serve the site via a web server. To build and run a web server, use the command jekyll serve and then visit the site at http://localhost:4000.

Multi-lauguage Support

The markdown files for Alluxio documentation in different languages are stored in separate directories, e.g., docs/en for English documentation and docs/cn for Chinese documentation.