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[Plugin: Core Control] How to delete External HTTP Accesses logged in database

  • Hi there Dion. I’ve noticed that enabling the External HTTP Access Log you can obtain thousands of interesting registers about the activity. But when the # of registers exceeds about 1500 items, the plugin is unable to build the table in the WP Core Control page, probably due to memory allocation problems in low powered servers. The problem is that when I’m done with it, I was unable to delete the data stored in the db because the Clear Logs button it’s not shown either.
    I am able to delete it from phpmyadmin using “DELETE FROM wp_posts WHERE post_type = ‘http'”. This Delete action wiped out 250 MB from my db…

    This is why I want to suggest the use of pagination in the results, and some kind of detection just in case the table may not be built, informing the user about the size of the registers in the db and allow users to clear the logs.

    Thank you for the plugin and your time

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/core-control/

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