One WP-CLI command that I’ve found handy is this db-size command. It allows you to output a site’s registered database tables along with the data and index size in any format that WP-CLI natively supports, with multiple sort options: Here’s some example output from one of my test sites: Enjoy!
If for some reason you can’t run wp db query, but need to export SQL output to a CSV or other file, then have a look at this small WP-CLI command I whipped up that should allow this: I’d add an example here, but I don’t have any right now that I can share 😐 […]
Recently I’ve been working with a client who’s site we’re going to soon be migrating. To help with any downtime, we’ve been looking at reducing their database size, which is something around 50-60 gigabytes. After looking through the database, one easy win would be to purge as many post revisions as possible, since their wp_posts […]
The WordPress WP-Cron system is a decently okay faux cron system, but it has its problems, such as running on frontend requests and not running if no requests are coming through. WP-Cron works by: on every page load, a list of scheduled tasks is checked to see what needs to be run. Any tasks scheduled […]