The client of GraphScope is distributed as a Python package. It manages a set of backend engines and the coordinator via containers.
In practice, GraphScope runs on clusters managed by Kubernetes. For quickly getting started, we set up a local Kubernetes cluster and take advantage of pre-built Docker images as follows.
To run GraphScope on your local computer, the following dependencies or tools are required.
Python 3.8 (with pip)
Local Kubernetes cluster set-up tool (e.g. Kind)
On Windows and macOS, you can follow the official guides to install them and enable Kubernetes in Docker. For Ubuntu/CentOS Linux distributions, we provide a script to install the above dependencies and prepare the environment. Alternatively, you may want to install WSL2 on Windows to use the script.
# run the environment preparing script. ./scripts/prepare_env.sh
Then the package can be easily installed using pip:
pip install graphscope
Or you can install the package from source
pip install 'git+https://github.com/alibaba/GraphScope.git'
If you have the
.wheel package, you can install the package using
pip install graphscope-0.1.macosx-10.14-x86_64.tar.gz
To build the package from source code, please download the latest version from our repo with git:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:alibaba/GraphScope.git git submodule update --init cd python
Then install the package from source with the following command:
pip install -U -r requirements.txt python setup.py install