Scans your WordPress system and identifies and deletes unused database tables from uninstalled plugins. This plugin also allows you to optimize DB Tab
Thank you! Saved me a great deal of time!
Perfect for cleaning up 'inherited' sites!
This plugin found the tables I suspected were left over from plugins I had tried 3 years earlier. It deleted the extra tables with no issues.
I tried many plugins which says they clean up your wordpress database, but instead they just optimize it & leave.
But this really helped me remove all my clutter from my Database, helped me removed 12 unused tables & clean up 1MB :D
Had some doubts on some tables on my WordPress database, installed this plugin, gave me what it recommended to delete, then those tables names I checked online to see in what plugins people referenced them and If I did not see it on the install list I dropped them.
And yes I made a backup first, just in case =)
Except that it finds WPUM tables, currently in use by the active plugin, as unused !
Mostly recommended !
Otherwise, the easiest simplest way to find unused tables.
Now, to find a plugin that identifies unused entries in active tables for deleted plugins. ( like symposium making all those entries in wp_options )
Always nice to have a little spring clean of your site (remembering to fully backup your database first, just in case!). Displayed a list of tables from old plugins. Just had to do a quick Google search first to make sure I wasn't deleting anything that was in use.
worked as described. i did not use the optimization feature, but the unused table search identified the tables i knew were unused as they related to a plugin i removed. they were deleted from the database (i checked myPHPAdmin). worked fast.
Wow, deleted about 60% of the file size of my DB with this plugin, 14MB, and it didn't break my site. Took 5 minutes. I thought for sure with all the tables it recommended be deleted that something was for sure gonna break. Nope, worked like a charm.
Fast, simple, simply works.
Just update the links to your paid plugins pages displayed at the bottom of the panel... ;)
Thanks for this.
It gets the job done, in a fashionable nice way (:
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