MusicBrainz Database/Download

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Introduction

Please read the MusicBrainz Database product page and the database schema documentation if you are not familiar with the MusicBrainz Database.

Setup

There are a two different methods to get a local database up and running, you can either:

  • Download a pre-configured virtual image of the MusicBrainz Server, or
  • Download the data dumps and follow the relevant section of the INSTALL.md

Replication

If you are interested in keeping the data in sync with MusicBrainz using our live data feed, you can either:

  • Enable replication in the pre-configured virtual image,
  • Use an alternative PostgreSQL setup using mbslave that includes replication without the rest of MusicBrainz Server, or
  • Use an alternative MySQL setup using mbzdb that includes replication without the rest of MusicBrainz Server

Download

The data dumps are available for downloaded at http://ftp.musicbrainz.org/pub/musicbrainz/data/fullexport/ or from our EU mirror (DK) at http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/MusicBrainz/data/fullexport .

License

The license and contents of each file is described below.

Public Domain

CC0 button.svg The core data (artists, releases, recordings, etc.) is licensed under the CC0, which is effectively placing the data into the Public Domain

mbdump.tar.bz2
Core data
mbdump-cdstubs.tar.bz2
CD stubs

Creative Commons

cc-nc-sa-2.0-88x31.png Derived data (annotations, tags, search indexes) along with a complete edit history and non-personal user data is available under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license.

mbdump-derived.tar.bz2
Derived data
mbdump-edit.tar.bz2
Edit history (open and closed edits, edit notes, votes, auto-editor elections)
mbdump-editor.tar.bz2
Non-personal user data
mbdump-stats.tar.bz2
Statistics
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