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Welcome to Nebula Graph 3.1.0 Documentation


The documents of this version are for Nebula Graph Enterprise Edition 3.1.0, Nebula Graph Community Edition 3.1.0, and the corresponding tools. For details, see Release notes.


This manual is revised on 2022-12-15, with GitHub commit 66444eb30e.

Nebula Graph is a distributed, scalable, and lightning-fast graph database. It is the optimal solution in the world capable of hosting graphs with dozens of billions of vertices (nodes) and trillions of edges (relationships) with millisecond latency.

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Cautions that need strict observation. If not, systematic breakdown, data loss, and security issues may happen.


Operations that may cause danger. If not observed, systematic breakdown, data loss, and security issues will happen.


Operations that merit attention as for performance enhancement.


Frequently asked questions.


The compatibility notes between nGQL and openCypher, or between the current version of nGQL and its prior ones.


Differences between the Nebula Graph Community and Enterprise editions.

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Last update: July 21, 2022