Get Started with Zing® 13 on RHEL and CentOS

Need a different Linux distro? Go back to the Zing 13 Quickstart Guide.

These instructions will guide you through the easy process to try Zing 13 on RHEL 7, CentOS 7, or CentOS 6.

Note: Our software distributions are signed by an OpenPGP key when appropriate. To verify your download, see Product Signing Keys (OpenPGP) for details.

Step 1: Install Zing

    1. Import Azul’s public key:
    sudo rpm --import https://repos.azul.com/azul-repo.key
    1. Attach the Yum repository:
    sudo curl -o /etc/yum.repos.d/zing.repo https://repos.azul.com/zing/rhel/zing.repo
    1. Run the following command to install Zing:
    sudo yum install zing-jdk13.0.0

Step 2: License Zing

    1. Sign up for a Zing Trial License in order to obtain your Zing Trial Token.
    2. Check the Zing Trial Token email you received from Azul and locate your Zing Trial Token (if you did not receive the email in your inbox, check your Spam or Junk email folders).
    3. In your browser, go to https://trial-licenses.azul.com/redeem, enter the Zing Trial Token, and click Download License.
    4. Download and install your license:
    5. mkdir ~/.zing
      curl -o ~/.zing/license  https://trial-licenses.azul.com/redeem/<Zing_Trial_Token>

Step 3: Run Zing

Once you performed all installation steps, you can start running your Java applications with Zing as follows:

    1. Verify the Java version:
    /opt/zing/zing-jdk13/bin/java -version

    Sample output:

    java version "13.0.4" 2020-09-24
    Java Runtime Environment Zing20.09.0.0+3 (build 13.0.4+8-MTS)
    Zing 64-Bit Tiered VM Zing20.09.0.0+3 (build 13.0.4-zing_20.09.0.0-b3-product-linux-X86_64, mixed mode)

    (you might want to set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to the Zing installation directory, e.g. $ export JAVA_HOME=/opt/zing/zing-jdk13).

    1. Start your Java application by using the newly installed Zing Virtual Machine.
    2. If you do not see the output above, visit the Zing Community Forum.

See Also

Post Installation Tasks for Production Systems

Evaluate JVM Performance using jHiccup

Zing System Requirements

Zing Release Notes

Zing Online Documentation

Zing Troubleshooting Guide

Zing Knowledge Base