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Welcome to NebulaGraph 3.8.0 Documentation

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This manual is revised on 2024-6-26, with GitHub commit c320012b2c.

NebulaGraph 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.

Getting started

Release notes

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Additional information or operation-related notes.

Caution

May have adverse effects, such as causing performance degradation or triggering known minor problems.

Warning

May lead to serious issues, such as data loss or system crash.

Danger

May lead to extremely serious issues, such as system damage or information leakage.

Compatibility

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

Enterpriseonly

Differences between the NebulaGraph Community and Enterprise editions.

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This NebulaGraph manual is written in the Markdown language. Users can click the pencil sign on the upper right side of each document title and modify errors.


Last update: January 30, 2024