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40F_SEO_RedirectLog cleaning #25

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Timo-Breumelhof opened this issue Nov 20, 2019 · 3 comments
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40F_SEO_RedirectLog cleaning #25

Timo-Breumelhof opened this issue Nov 20, 2019 · 3 comments
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Timo-Breumelhof commented Nov 20, 2019

The 40F_SEO_RedirectLog table can grow considerably on an active website.
From a functional perspective it's not a problem to clean the table, you would only reset your "counters"
Could / should we:
A. Add a clean option in the edit interface?
B. Add a auto clean after x days setting?
C. Add another "count" table and push the results of the log table to that table every x period or so?

@Timo-Breumelhof Timo-Breumelhof added the question Further information is requested label Nov 20, 2019
@skamphuis skamphuis self-assigned this Apr 20, 2020
@skamphuis skamphuis added enhancement New feature or request and removed question Further information is requested labels Apr 20, 2020
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skamphuis commented Apr 20, 2020

We will add the option to use a scheduled task to clean up the log table. For now the following options will be implemented:

  • the option to turn cleaning on and off per portal
  • remove all log entries older than a given number of days
  • remove all log entries except the most recent nnn

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Tychodewaard commented May 4, 2020

@skamphuis how can I utilize this? Is there some documentation on this? The UI seems to be unchanged or am I missing something?

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skamphuis commented May 5, 2020

@skamphuis how can I utilize this? Is there some documentation on this? The UI seems to be unchanged or am I missing something?

Just have a look at the module settings. You can enable the scheduler there and specify what logs you want removed. I'll add it to the documentation page too, thanks.

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