Database DevOps for Oracle

Release Candidate: Linux-Compatible Command Line

Note: Please let us know if you are testing this feature so we can support you. 


If like a significant proportion of the market your organisation uses Jenkins, then you're probably also relying on Linux build slaves. Although it is equally possible to kick off a Windows build slave, managing different operating systems is not always desirable. For this reason we have made a Linux-compatible command line.


How to use the command line

  1. Download and unzip the contents to a folder for Schema Compare and Data Compare.
  2. Copy the two folders to a location on your build slave.
  3. That's it! You can reference the command lines, SCO and DCO, directly from your shell scripts.

Known issues and limitations

Please contact us if any limitations are causing inconvenience, or are outright blockers.

  • Testing has been done on all major Linux distributions. However, if you find an issue or If you are using a different distribution, please let us know so we can ensure we have adequate test coverage and be able to help.


Debian 9.5.0:

The following package must be installed: libunwind8

To install, run the following commands:
apt-get update
apt-get install libunwind8

You many need to add the Debian packages repository first by adding the following line to the file /etc/apt/sources.list 

deb stretch main contrib

OpenSuse Leap 15.0

The following package must be installed: libopenssl1.0.0

To install, run the command: apt-get install libopenssl1.0.0

CentOS 7.6.1810, Oracle Linux

The following package must be installed: libunwind

To install, run the command: yum install libunwind

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