How to Schedule Clean Up for Database?

On the Clean Up Booster’s Navigation Panel, select Database – Scheduled Clean Up.

Once you click on “Scheduled Clean Up”, you will be redirected to the following page as mentioned below.

Clean Up Booster - Database - Scheduled Clean Up

Once you are on “Scheduled Clean Up” page, click on “Add New Schedule Clean Up” button to schedule the clean up for Database.

Once you click on “Add New Schedule Clean Up” button, you will be redirected to the following page as mentioned below.

Clean Up Booster - Database - Scheduled Clean Up

Once you reach the page as seen above, you would be able to schedule a cleanup for Database.

Inbuilt WordPress Tables will be shown in “Red” color and Tables created by you will be shown in “Green” color.

Here is the description of each control placed on the Add New Schedule Clean Up page.

Action : If you would like to “Optimize, Repair, Delete or Empty” the selected types of tables on a given schedule, then you need to set this as required on the “Action” drop-down.

Duration : In this field, you would need to choose duration for the scheduler to run. It could be “Hourly” or “Daily”.

Start On : In this field, you would need to choose start date from the Date Picker for scheduler to run.

Start Time : In this field, you would need to choose start time for scheduler to run at.

Repeat Every : In this field, you would need to provide “Repetition” for scheduler. The scheduler would run on selected values from the drop-down.

Table Name : You would need to select the appropriate tables on which you want to perform the operation by clicking on the check boxes. This will let the scheduler perform the selected operation on data all together whenever it is being executed.

Important Note :

Tables marked in “Red” are inbuilt tables hence these could not perform “Empty” or “Delete” operations as doing the said operations will break your WordPress.

Once everything is being setup, you would need to click on the “Save Changes” button to save the scheduler.

How to edit existing Schedules for Database?

On the Clean Up Booster’s Navigation Panel, select Database – Scheduled Clean Up.

Once you click on “Scheduled Clean Up”, you will be redirected to the following page as mentioned below.

Clean Up Booster - Database - Scheduled Clean Up

In order to “Edit Schedule” from the list of schedules as shown above, you would need to click on “Edit Icon” located under the Action column in each row.

By clicking on this button, you would be re-directed to the Update Schedule Clean Up page, where you can modify the scheduler settings.

Once you reach the page as seen below, you would be able to edit the schedule for Database.

Clean Up Booster - Database - Scheduled Clean Up

Once everything is being setup, you would need to click on the “Save Changes” button to modify the scheduler settings.

How to delete existing Schedules for Database?

On the Clean Up Booster’s Navigation Panel, select Database – Scheduled Clean Up.

Once you click on “Scheduled Clean Up”, you will be redirected to the following page as mentioned below.

Clean Up Booster - Database - Scheduled Clean Up

In order to “Delete Schedule” from the list of schedules as shown above, you would need to click on “Delete Icon” located under the Action column in each row.

By clicking on this button, you would see a confirmation message asking to “Confirm” whether you would like to delete the schedule?

Once you press the OK button, the scheduler would be deleted from the database and stopped for execution.