Optimize Database after Deleting Revisions
[resolved] Doesn't seem to do a good job (4 posts)

  1. Antanas26
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Lot's of revisions skipped plus postmetas untouched.


  2. cageehv
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey Antanas26,

    Can you give me some more info about the 'skipped revisions' and 'untouched postmetas'?
    I'm not sure what you mean by that...
    Maybe some examples and/or screenshots?


  3. Antanas26
    Posted 3 years ago #


    I might've been wrong and I'm not sure I currently use this plugin (and the server is down at the moment) so I might be unable to provide all the details. What I meant by skipped revisions is that after the optimization was executed, I believe I still saw some post revisions in the database. What I meant by "untouched postmetas" is that there is a table postmetas (or smth) table in the database. I assumed that a row in postmeta is created for every revision, therefore, those postmeta rows should be dropped as well (and the number of rows remained the same). That's what I meant. I remember I afterwards used some similar plugin and it did exactly the same – did not drop any postmeta rows. So perhaps that's how it should be. I didn't dig into this too deeply so I might be wrong in some assumptions. And sorry if I couldn't elaborate on this well enough. Maybe later, when I login to the wordpress installation and the database, I will be able to report more specifically.


  4. cageehv
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey Antanas,

    Thanks for your prompt reply!

    I will wait for your more elaborate report. With the information as is I cannot do a lot :-(

    Thanks for you feedback anyways!


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