Installing OmniSci on CentOS or Ubuntu
The links below take you to a page with an end-to-end installation script for a specific operating system and version of OmniSci.
You can download OmniSci for your preferred platform from https://www.omnisci.com/platform/downloads/.
The CPU (no GPUs) install does not support backend rendering. For example, Pointmap and Scatterplot charts are not available. The GPU install supports all chart types.
The Open Source options do not require a license, and do not include OmniSci Immerse.
- CentOS/RHEL Install with Yum
- CentOS/RHEL Install with Tarball
- Ubuntu/Debian Install with Apt
- Ubuntu Install with Tarball
- Operating Systems
- CentOS/RHEL 7.0 or later
- Ubuntu 16.04 or later
- Additional Components
- Headless JDK
- Kernel headers
- Kernel development packages
- NVIDIA hardware and software (for GPU installs only)
- Hardware: Volta, Pascal, or Kepler series GPU cards. OmniSci recommends that each GPU card in a server or distributed environment be of the same series.
- Software: NVIDIA CUDA Drivers, version 410.48 or later. Run
nvidia-smito determine the currently running driver.
Use tarball installation when other options are not accessible.