Compiling with LDB toolchain
Compile With ldb-toolchain
This topic is about how to compile Doris using the LDB toolchain. This method is an alternative to the Docker method so developers and users without a Docker environment can compile Doris from source.
You can still compile the latest code using the Docker development image:
Special thanks to Amos Bird for the contribution.
Prepare the Environment
This works for most Linux distributions (CentOS, Ubuntu, etc.).
ldb_toolchain_gen.shcan be downloaded from here. This script is used to generate the ldb toolchain.
For more information, you can visit https://github.com/amosbird/ldb_toolchain_gen
Execute the following command to generate the ldb toolchain.
sh ldb_toolchain_gen.sh /path/to/ldb_toolchain/
/path/to/ldb_toolchain/is the directory where the toolchain is installed.
After execution, the following directory structure will be created under
Download and install other compilation packages
Different Linux distributions might contain different packages, so you may need to install additional packages. The following instructions describe how to set up a minimal CentOS 6 box to compile Doris. It should work similarly for other Linux distros.
# install required system packages
sudo yum install -y byacc patch automake libtool make which file ncurses-devel gettext-devel unzip bzip2 zip util-linux wget git python2
# install autoconf-2.69
wget http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/autoconf/autoconf-2.69.tar.gz && \
tar zxf autoconf-2.69.tar.gz && \
cd autoconf-2.69 && \
./configure && \
make && \
# install bison-3.0.4
wget http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bison/bison-3.0.4.tar.gz && \
tar xzf bison-3.0.4.tar.gz && \
cd bison-3.0.4 && \
./configure && \
make && \
Download Doris source code
git clone https://github.com/apache/doris.git
After downloading, create the
custom_env.sh, file under the Doris source directory, and set the PATH environment variable:
Enter the Doris source code directory and execute:
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep avx2
Check whether the compilation machine supports the avx2 instruction set.
If it is not supported, use the following command to compile:
$ USE_AVX2=0 sh build.sh
If supported, execute
sh build.sh directly.
This script will compile the third-party libraries first and then the Doris components (FE, BE) later. The compiled output will be in the
Precompile the Third-Party Binaries
build.sh script will first compile the third-party dependencies. You can also directly download the precompiled three-party binaries:
Here we provide precompiled third-party binaries for Linux X86(with AVX2) and MacOS(X86 Chip). If it is consistent with your compiling and running environment, you can download and use it directly.
After downloading, you will get an
installed/ directory after decompression, copy this directory to the
thirdparty/ directory, and then run