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Compiling on Windows

Compile on Windows

This guide is about how to compile Doris source code on the Windows platform using Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). WSL allows you to run a Linux system on Windows to compile Doris.


Currently, this is not supported in the compute-storage decoupled mode.


  1. Windows 10 version 2004 or higher (19041 or higher) or Windows 11

Compilation steps​

Install WSL2​

Refer to the official Microsoft WSL installation documentation for detailed instructions.

Compile Doris​

Once you have WSL2 up and running, you can choose any of the available compilation methods for Doris on Linux:


By default, the data storage drive of WSL2 distribution is the C drive. If needed, you can switch the storage drive in advance to avoid filling up the system drive.