Support » Plugin: Transients Manager » Transients labelled ‘Does not expire’

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  • Plugin Contributor Pippin Williamson

    (@mordauk)

    It depends on what the transient is from. Most transients are designed to be temporary data and so are safe to remove, but it’s certainly possible for a plugin to add a transient that needs to remain in the system.

    Thread Starter dlongm01

    (@dlongm01)

    Thanks. OK I need to be careful!

    Another way to ask the same question is: do non-expiring transients matter much?

    Thanks again for quick reply.

    Plugin Contributor Pippin Williamson

    (@mordauk)

    That entirely depends on the source of the transients.

    Transients are used for a lot of different purposes and it is not possible for me (or anyone else) to accurate say how important a particular transient is without knowing exactly what the transient is used for.

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