In some situations, you may see a log message or exception that refers to a store format version, and it is not clear which Neo4j store format it is referring to. Please use the table below to map store format versions to Neo4j Server versions.

Note: Standard is the default in Enterprise and the only format available in Community. It has a limit of 34B nodes, 34B relationships, 68B properties. High Limit is only available in Enterprise and supports virtually unlimited numbers of nodes, relationships and properties.

Standard Store Versions

Store Format Name Store Format Version Neo4j Server Version

STANDARD_V2_0

v0.A.1

2.0.0

STANDARD_V2_1

v0.A.3

2.1.0

STANDARD_V2_2

v0.A.5

2.2.0

STANDARD_V2_3

v0.A.6

2.3.0

STANDARD_V3_0

v0.A.7

3.0.0

STANDARD_V3_2

v0.A.8

3.2.0

STANDARD_V3_4

v0.A.9

3.4.0

High Limit Store Versions

Store Format Name Store Format Version Neo4j Server Version

HIGH_LIMIT_V3_0_0

vE.H.0

3.0.0

HIGH_LIMIT_V3_0_6

vE.H.0b

3.0.6

HIGH_LIMIT_V3_1_0

vE.H.2

3.1.0

HIGH_LIMIT_V3_2_0

vE.H.3

3.2.0

HIGH_LIMIT_V3_4_0

vE.H.4

3.4.0

Inspecting a store’s format

You can use the neo4j-admin store-info against an offline store to find out what format it is using. Example:

$ ./bin/neo4j-admin store-info --store=data/databases/mygraph.db
Store format version:         v0.A.9
Store format introduced in:   3.4.0

Details


Author:
Dave Gordon
Applicable versions:
2.x, 3.x
Keywords:
formatneo4j-2.xneo4j-3.xversion