Just take a note, maybe I will use it someday. My memeries do not always serve me, tha’s so sad, -_-!!
As we all know WordPress saves your drafts automatically, that leaves a lot of revisions as backups on the server. It’s good, who wouldn’t piss off if he typed for a long time and encountered some accidents like computer shut down for no reason. But on the other hand, when my articles posted, in most of the cases, I don’t need these revisions any more. Leaves them on the server as redundancy is useless and I guess they are adverse to the server’s performance. O.K., then things get really simple: KILL THEM ALL!
Try to access your WordPress database through some tools like phpMyAdmin(that’s the only tool I familiar with…), follow the steps below:
- Your database
- type the following codes
DELETE FROM wp_posts WHERE post_type = "revision";
- then press the button “Go”