Dremio enables organizations to unlock the value of their data.
Documentation is available at https://docs.dremio.com.
Quickstart: How to build and run Dremio
- JDK 8 (OpenJDK or Oracle)
- (Optional) Maven 3.3.9 or later (using Homebrew:
brew install maven)
Run the following commands to verify that you have the correct versions of Maven and JDK installed:
java -version mvn --version
(b) Clone the Repository
git clone https://github.com/dremio/dremio-oss.git dremio
(c) Build the Code
cd dremio mvn clean install -DskipTests (or ./mvnw clean install -DskipTests if maven is not installed on the machine)
The "-DskipTests" option skips most of the tests. Running all tests takes a long time.
OR to start a server with a default user (dremio/dremio123)
mvn compile exec:exec -pl dac/daemon
Once run, the UI is accessible at:
(1) Unpack the tarball to install.
mkdir /opt/dremio tar xvzf distribution/server/target/*.tar.gz --strip=1 -C /opt/dremio
(2) Start Dremio Embedded Mode
cd /opt/dremio bin/dremio
To have the best possible experience with Dremio, we include a number of dependencies when building Dremio that are distributed under non-oss free (as in beer) licenses. Examples include drivers for major databases such as Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL as well as enhancements to improve source pushdowns and thread scheduling. If you'd like to only include dependencies with OSS licenses, Dremio will continue to work but some features will be unavailable (such as connecting to databases that rely on these drivers).
To build dremio with only OSS dependencies, you can add the following option to your Maven commandline:
The distribution directory will be
If you have questions, please post them on https://community.dremio.com.