Gisgraphy installation guide

The Gisgraphy installation procedure is simple but needs Java, PostgreS and PostGIS to be already installed on your system.

If you are familiar with their installation, you can skip the 'Environment setup' and skip directly to reading the 'Gisgraphy installation' section.

System requirements

To install Gisgraphy you need a server with:

We strongly recommend that you install Gisgraphy (that uses SolR) on Linux or Unix. Due to a JVM bug and other reasons, Windows users will get less performance.



Once you have downloaded Gisgraphy, choose the right procedure for your operating system :

Environment setup

Windows system environment setup : a step-by-step guide to help you set up Java, PostgreS and PostGIS on windows.
Linux / Unix system environment setup : a step-by-step guide to help you set up Java, PostgreS and PostGIS on Linux.
Mac system environment setup : a step-by-step guide to help you set up PostgreS and PostGIS on Mac.

Gisgraphy installation

Gisgraphy installation guide. Once PostgreS, PostGIS and Java are installed, Gisgraphy takes 5 minutes to get installed. You just need to run some sql scripts.

Run Gisgraphy

Some scripts are provided to manage Gisgraphy, most of them are for Unix / Linux :