Database maintenance tasks¶
Every command should be ran as the
pleroma user from it's home directory. For example if you are superuser, you would have to wrap the command in
su pleroma -s $SHELL -lc "$COMMAND".
From source note about
mix command should be prefixed with the name of environment your Pleroma server is running in, usually it's
These mix tasks can take a long time to complete. Many of them were written to address specific database issues that happened because of bugs in migrations or other specific scenarios. Do not run these tasks "just in case" if everything is fine your instance.
Replace embedded objects with their references¶
Replaces embedded objects with references to them in the
objects table. Only needs to be ran once if the instance was created before Pleroma 1.0.5. The reason why this is not a migration is because it could significantly increase the database size after being ran, however after this
VACUUM FULL will be able to reclaim about 20% (really depends on what is in the database, your mileage may vary) of the db size before the migration.
./bin/pleroma_ctl database remove_embedded_objects [option ...]
mix pleroma.database remove_embedded_objects [option ...]
VACUUM FULLafter the embedded objects are replaced with their references
Prune old remote posts from the database¶
This will prune remote posts older than 90 days (configurable with
config :pleroma, :instance, remote_post_retention_days) from the database, they will be refetched from source when accessed.
The disk space will only be reclaimed after
VACUUM FULL. You may run out of disk space during the execution of the task or vacuuming if you don't have about 1/3rds of the database size free.
./bin/pleroma_ctl database prune_objects [option ...]
mix pleroma.database prune_objects [option ...]
VACUUM FULLafter the objects are pruned
Create a conversation for all existing DMs¶
Can be safely re-run
./bin/pleroma_ctl database bump_all_conversations
mix pleroma.database bump_all_conversations
Remove duplicated items from following and update followers count for all users¶
./bin/pleroma_ctl database update_users_following_followers_counts
mix pleroma.database update_users_following_followers_counts
Fix the pre-existing "likes" collections for all objects¶
./bin/pleroma_ctl database fix_likes_collections
mix pleroma.database fix_likes_collections