Support » Plugin: WP-Optimize - Clean, Compress, Cache. » What does “Clean all post revisions” actually do?

  • Obviously, I like the idea of a clean database. My client’s website has over 2.5k posts and over 1.6k post revisions so we sorely need some cleanup.

    If I clean all post revisions in the database, does that mean they’re gone forever? Are those revisions permanently deleted? Or is it just “optimized” in some way that makes reading them faster?

    I don’t want to be stuck in a situation where my client asks me to revert a post to a version from last month only to find out that all revisions older than two weeks or whatever setting has been deleted.

    I’m assuming “clean” in the context of “Clean all auto-draft posts” and “Clean all trashed posts” means those get permanently deleted from the database, which is why I’m hesitant to “Clean all post revisions”.

    Thanks in advance for any clarification you can provide!

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  • Plugin Support Harshad

    (@bornforphp)

    @tessachu WP-optimize removes all the post revisions when you click on Optimize the database tables, There’s no way to recover back the post revisions once you optimize the tables.

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