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OTK is a collection of freely available open source tools to easy and optimize Oracle setups. It is hosted at SourceForge and aims to be like a Swiss Army Knife. OTK is meant to be user friendly and requires therefore not necessary deep Oracle know-how. Standards and well designed tools help to manage Oracle throughout the whole lifecycle. The following features and tools are available: - installManager with osSetup, swReqCheck, swInst, cssdConfig, asmSetup, envSetup and dbSetup actions - cloneManager for mass deployments - backupManager for rman backups - partitionManager for housekeeping tasks incl. faked partitioning - dataPumpManager for easy export, import and sync tasks - object guard to protect users and other database objects from being dropped - appctl to manage Oracle services from command line - sql*plus enhancement with auto-complete and history functionality
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