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CARTO works with Ubuntu 16.04 x64. This documentation describes the process to install CartoDB in this specific OS version.

However this doesn’t mean that it won’t work with other Operating Systems or other Ubuntu. There are also many successful installations on Amazon EC2, Linode, dedicated instances and development machines running OS X and Ubuntu 12.04+.

You will find notes along this guide explaining some of the Ubuntu 16.04 specifics, and pointing to alternative solutions for other environments.

System requirements¶

Besides the OS version mentioned in the introduction, there are some system requirements needed before starting with the installation of the stack. Also this process assumes that you have enough permissions in the system to run successfully most part of the commands of this doc.

System locales¶

Installations assume you use UTF8. You can set the locale by doing this:

Build essentials¶

Although we try to maintain packaged versions of almost every part of the stack, there are some parts like gems or npm packages that need some development tools in the system in order to compile. You can install all the needed build tools by doing this:


You will need git commands in order to handle some repositories and install some dependencies:



CARTO requires PostgreSQL 10+. The PPA packages also provide some additional patches, which are not needed but help improve the experience in production environments.

  • Add PPA repository

  • Install packages

PostgreSQL access authorization is managed through pg_hba.conf configuration file, which is normally in /etc/postgresql/10/main/pg_hba.conf. Here it’s defined how the users created in postgresql cluster can access the server. This involves several aspects like type of authentication (md5, no password, etc..) or source IP of the connection. In order to simplify the process of the installation we are going to allow connections with postgres user from localhost without authentication. Of course this can be configured in a different way at any moment but changes here should imply changes in database access configuration of CARTO apps.

Edit /etc/postgresql/10/main/pg_hba.conf, modifying the existing lines to use trust authentication (no password access from localhost):

For these changes to take effect, you’ll need to restart postgres:

  • Create some users in PostgreSQL. These users are used by some CARTO apps internally

  • Install CartoDB postgresql extension. This extension contains functions that are used by different parts of the CartoDB platform, included Builder and the SQL and Maps API.

GIS dependencies¶

  • Add GIS PPA

  • Install GDAL



CARTO requires PostGIS 2.4. The PPA just packages this version for Ubuntu 16.04.

  • Install PostGIS

  • Initialize template postgis database. We create a template database in postgresql that will contain the postgis extension. This way, every time CartoDB creates a new user database it just clones this template database

  • (Optional) Run an installcheck to verify the database has been installed properly

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CARTO requires Redis 4+. You can also optionally install redis-cell for rate limiting, which is not described by this guide.

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  • Add redis PPA

  • Install redis


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By default redis server is configured to only have periodic snapshotting to disk. If stopped or restarted some data stored in redis since the last snahpshot can be lost. In CARTO redis is not just a simple cache storage. It stores information that need to be persisted.

For data safety, make sure to have proper values of save, appendonly and appendfsync config attributes. For more information check


Node.js is required by different parts of the stack. The more significant are the Maps and SQL APIs. It’s also used to install and execute some dependencies of Builder.

  • Install Node.js

    Note this should install both Node.js 10.x and npm 6.x. You can verify the installation went as expected with:

We will also install some development libraries that will be necessary to build some Node.js modules:


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  • Install npm dependencies

  • Create configuration. The name of the filename of the configuration must be the same than the environment you are going to use to start the service. Let’s assume it’s development.

  • Start the service. The second parameter is always the environment if the service. Remember to use the same you used in the configuration.


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  • Install yarn dependencies

  • Create configuration. The name of the filename of the configuration must be the same than the environment you are going to use to start the service. Let’s assume it’s development.

  • Start the service. The second parameter is always the environment of the service. Remember to use the same you used in the configuration.



CARTO requires exactly Ruby 2.4.x. Older or newer versions won’t work.

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  • Add brightbox ruby repositories

  • Install ruby 2.4

  • Install bundler. Bundler is an app used to manage ruby dependencies. It is needed by CARTO Builder

  • Install compass. It will be needed later on by CARTO’s Builder



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CARTO users Python 2.7+. Python 3 will not work correctly.

  • Download Builder’s code

  • Install pip

  • Install ruby dependencies

  • Install python dependencies


If this fails due to the installation of the gdal package not finding Python.h or any other header file, you’ll need to do this:

After this, re-run the pip install command. Variables can be passed to sudo if exporting them and re-running pipinstall doesn’t work:

If gdal keeps failing, see more information here:

  • Install Node.js dependencies

  • Compile static assets

  • (Optional) Precompile assets. Needed if you don’t want to use CARTO’s CDN for assets.

  • Create configuration files

  • Start the redis-server that allows access to the SQL and Maps APIs:

  • Initialize the metadata database

  • Start Builder’s HTTP server

  • In a different process/console start the resque process

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