[ADMN/MECH] Vacuum v0.1 - Clean Flat Files [1060]

Discussion in 'Inactive/Unsupported Plugins' started by Wayful, Aug 22, 2011.

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    Wayful

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    Pencil

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    h0us3cat

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    Pencil

    exactly!
     
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    Wayful

    It does what it says. When a plugin is disabled or enabled Vacuum searches the plugin's data folder for any .db files and issues a vacuum command to free up space. Its simple, effective, and small.
     
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    user_43347

    Needs changelog, make the name bold for easier reading, and what exactly do we benefit from this program deleting files that are being generated by plugins for (possibly) a reason?
     
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    Wayful

    Vacuum does not delete files, it rebuilds and releases excess space. And there hasn't been any changes for there to be a changelog. SQLite3 Vacuum
     
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    Unlucky4ever

    You still have to add a changelog with at least 'Initial Release'
     
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    TelephoneKiosk

    So this will enhance performance on my server? Not really sure I understand what this does.
     
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    dark_hunter

    Trololololololololol.
     
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    undeadmach1ne

    i think the problem here is that most end users dont know what the vacuum command does, and its title is a bit misleading...i am going to recommend you post the info from that link into the top post or somehow explain it in as few words as possible in an attempt to educate people better on what the purpose of this actually is. imo it sounds like a great idea...how long does it take to run through a large database? have you benchmarked any performance gains?
     
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    MonsieurApple

    Approved, but please look to the future: BukkitDev.
     
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    someguy817

    Bitdefender has blocked a virus!!!!!!!!
    C:\users\main\desktop\minecraft\plugins\vacuum\sqlite3.dll

    Virus Name
    Gen:[email protected]
     
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    Wayful

    Lawl, that is directly from SQLite website. Your anti-virus is a bit dirpy sir.
     
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    kenneth123

    very nice work ; )
    it really has some performance improvements!
     
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    omnija

    this is automatic, right? if so, it sounds pretty neat and usefull, assuming it helps prevent slow downs after being on for days and improper data written to the database.
     
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    Wayful

    Yes it is automatic. I am looking at adding support for h2 databases, but don't count on it.
     
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    DeadlyScone

    bitDefender? where do you find your anti-virus programs? a dumpster?
     
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    Silvo

    Which one is "the" antivirus anyway right now?
     
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    someguy817

    it's a toss up between kaspersky and bitdefender kas is cheaper but crappy interface bitdefender costs a lot more and is very effective but uses a lot of cpu and makes your web browser laggy i run it
    on my shopcomp which i hook about 10 infected hard drives to a day for os repairs hasn't failed me yet but this is all opinion and they are like butt holes everyone has one

    and lol look at Deadlyscone what a troll lol you're welcome for a heads up it wasn't for the one and only elites like you your too pro and yes it probably is just a false positive but i wanted to let wayful
    know thats all
     

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