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What is it

Dxtoolkit is a set of scripts, which are delivered by Delphix professional services team. Dxtoolkit scripts look and feel like UNIX executables, following the typical conventions of using flags for arguments. Dxtoolkit is written in Perl, but no knowledge of Perl is required unless you want to extend it. In fact, no programming experience whatsoever is required to use the dxtoolkit.

What's new

Please check a change log for list of changes.

How to get started

Compiled version


  • OpenSSL 1.0 library is required for Solaris Sparc, Solaris x64, Red Hat 6 and Red Hat 7
  • OpenSSL 0.98 library is required for Red Hat 5

If you don't have required version of OpenSSL library download a version with -openssl- in name, where those libraries are embbeded.

Download a compiled version of DxToolkit for required platform from a releases page. Create a configuration file dxtools.conf based on dxtools.conf.example or a Wiki page.

Check a documentation for more details

Known issues

There is no script dx_syslog on Windows and AIX due to lack of support of Log::Syslog::Fast Perl module

Source version

Perl version 5.16 or higher

Required packages

  • JSON
  • Date::Manip
  • DateTime::Event::Cron::Quartz
  • DateTime::Format::DateParse
  • Crypt::CBC
  • Crypt::Blowfish
  • Text::CSV
  • Try::Tiny
  • LWP::UserAgent
  • Net::SSLeay
  • IO::Socket::SSL
  • LWP::Protocol::https
  • Term::ReadKey
  • Log::Syslog::Fast


  1. Fork the project.
  2. Make your bug fix or new feature.
  3. Add tests for your code.
  4. Send a pull request.

Contributions must be signed as User Name <>. Make sure to set up Git with user name and email address. Bug fixes should branch from the current stable branch. New features should be based on the master branch.

Code of Conduct

This project operates under the Delphix Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.

Contributor Agreement

All contributors are required to sign the Delphix Contributor agreement prior to contributing code to an open source repository. This process is handled automatically by cla-assistant. Simply open a pull request and a bot will automatically check to see if you have signed the latest agreement. If not, you will be prompted to do so as part of the pull request process.

Reporting Issues

Issues should be reported in the GitHub repo's issue tab. Include a link to it.

Statement of Support

This software is provided as-is, without warranty of any kind or commercial support through Delphix. See the associated license for additional details. Questions, issues, feature requests, and contributions should be directed to the community as outlined in the Delphix Community Guidelines.


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