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Liquibase CLI

Liquibase can be used as a command-line tool running on macOS, Windows, Unix, and Linux. Use the Liquibase CLI to migrate your database schema from the command-line or in automation without having to integrate Liquibase into your application or install a build tool.

System Requirements

Liquibase is designed to run with minimal hardware and software. We recommend that your system meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Windows, macOS, Unix, or Linux
  • 300MB disk space
  • Intel Core i3 processor (or similar)
  • 1 CPU & 1GB RAM
  • Java 8 (We recommend Java 11+)
  • Database JDBC driver supplied from the vendor

Liquibase 4.16.1


4.16.1 Installer for Windows includes everything you need to run Liquibase (including Java and the most popular database drivers) to make getting started easy.

Read the release notes

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Previous Releases Access previous releases

Docker image

The official repository for Liquibase command-line images.

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Build automation systems

Here are other ways you can run Liquibase.


The Liquibase Community has built many Extensions that support adding new features and database types.

Learn more about Extensions

Upgrading to Liquibase Pro

Note: Applies to Liquibase versions 3.8.0 and above.

You can easily upgrade to Liquibase Pro from the Liquibase command line or in the file by using a valid Liquibase Pro license key. If the license is passed through the command line, it must be provided every time you run a Liquibase Pro command. Specifying the license key in the file eliminates the need to provide the key every time you run a Liquibase command.

Request a Liquibase Pro License

Source Code

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