Having a bad day

I started using this plugin last year; it does a pretty good job of hosing out the database when used on a regular basis.

Until, of course, it doesn’t. Judging by the changelog, it’s been a rough few days for the poor guy:

2.7.3 [12/09/2013]

    BUG FIX: deleted some CR/LF’s from the end of the plugin sigh

2.7.2 [12/09/2013]

    BUG FIX: forgot to delete a debug item… oops! sorry!

2.7.1 [12/09/2013]

    BUG FIX: query and depreciated item (mysql_list_tables) fixed

2.7 [12/06/2013]

    NEW: deletion of expired transients (optional)

I’d deactivated it for a while, figuring he’d straighten it out eventually. Looks like maybe he did.

6 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    11 December 2013 · 7:46 am

    Being a non-techie type, “Deletion of expired transients” gives a very strange mental picture.

  2. McGehee »

    11 December 2013 · 9:40 am

    Well, you can’t just leave them lying around in your basement dungeon afterward.

    Or so I’m told.

  3. fillyjonk »

    11 December 2013 · 10:16 am

    I was more thinking of high-powered fire hose under an overpass somewhere.

    (Why am I in this handbasket, and where are we going?)

  4. CGHill »

    11 December 2013 · 10:40 am

    Well, the last time I ran the optimization cycle, one expired transient was deleted. Didn’t have the heart to watch.

  5. Nicole »

    11 December 2013 · 6:04 pm

    Makes me feel good to know that I hang around in places with folks who also get the humor of “deleted expired transients.”

  6. CGHill »

    11 December 2013 · 6:19 pm

    And version 2.74 came out today: “BUG FIX: added ‘backticks’ around the database name in a few queries.” And what better place for ticks than one’s back?

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