Connect to your Cluster min read


You have three ways to connect to your cluster: SingleStore DB Studio, the singlestore client application, or through any compatible third-party applications.

SingleStore DB Studio

Connect to your cluster by accessing your local SingleStore DB Studio at http://localhost:8080. The default Username is root and Password is the ROOT PASSWORD set in step 1 of the Start the Container section of this guide.

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SingleStore DB Studio is only supported on Chrome and Firefox browsers at this time.

Hit Enter to log-in.

Once you have successfully logged in, navigate to the SQL Editor page where you can type in SQL commands against your cluster.

SingleStore client application

You can also connect to your cluster through the singlestore client within the container.

To do this, connect to the container and open the singlestore client application.

docker exec -it singlestore-ciab singlestore

Enter your SQL commands at the singlestore> prompt.

Third-party client application

And because you exposed port 3306 when starting up the SingleStore DB container, you can also connect with your favorite tools like Sequel Pro, or use tools such as the MySQL client (if you have it installed) to do local development work.

mysql -h 127.0.0.1 -P 3306 -u root --password=${ROOT_PASSWORD} --prompt="singlestore> "

Run Sample Queries

Now that you have connected to your cluster, run the following SingleStore DB database commands to create a table and seed it with sample data:

CREATE DATABASE test;

USE test;

CREATE TABLE test_table (id BIGINT PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT, c INT);

INSERT INTO test_table (c) VALUES (1);

INSERT INTO test_table (c) SELECT c*2 FROM test_table;

INSERT INTO test_table (c) SELECT c*2 FROM test_table;

INSERT INTO test_table (c) SELECT c*2 FROM test_table;

INSERT INTO test_table (c) SELECT c*2 FROM test_table;

INSERT INTO test_table (c) SELECT c*2 FROM test_table;

SELECT SUM(c) FROM test_table;