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  • I have the same issue. Did you find an answer to this?

    Hi sassyfrog…

    I did not… So, deactivated the plugin and deleted the db entries manually. It solved the serve slowness…

    It was said to me that there is a way to set the db to delete this entries periodically… but I have no programing skills…

    Thanks! I think I will do the same. Did you use a mysql query to delete the entries? I have no sql language skills and a lot of entries to delete.

    Yes, I did… Here is what I tried:

    First of all, backup your db… use a plugin or export the database from your phpMyAdmin.
    Log into your phpMyAdmin, select the db, then the SQL tab. Use these lines to delete the transients:

    DELETE FROM wp_options WHERE option_name LIKE ('_transient%_feed_%');
    DELETE FROM wp_options WHERE option_name LIKE ('_transient_timeout%');
    DELETE FROM wp_options WHERE option_name LIKE ('_transient_%cache%');

    It is a good time to delete post revisions too, for that, use this:

    DELETE FROM wp_posts WHERE post_type = "revision";

    And… don’t forget the backup…
    Alternatively, you can use WP DBManager… It is a great plugin that will allow you do all the job from your WP Dashboard…

    Hope it will be useful…

    Worked like a charm! Thank you so much for your help. Much appreciated!

    I just discovered this problem in a new client’s database, which contained 15 MB of expired transients. I found a wonderful plugin that deletes expired transients upon activation and automatically cleans up the database every day:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/artiss-transient-cleaner/

    This will save you the trouble of manually deleting expired transients in phpMyAdmin.

    Fred Chapman

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