CronjobEmptyTrash by kixe

Auto delete trashed pages sustainably after a predifined period of time set in module settings. This cronjob will run once per day.

CRONJOB EMPTY TRASH

Auto delete trashed pages sustainably after a predifined period of time set in module settings.
This cronjob will run once per day.

This cronjob (hooks on LazyCron) is executed by a call to module: ProcessPageView.
By default this module runs only if current user has page-delete permission.
Can be triggered globally too.
Each run of the cronjob is logged in assets/logs/ messages.txt

Settings


  • Deletion Deadline
    Select a period of time pages will remain untouched in the trash.

  • Global trigger
    Check this to trigger this cronjob by every user (guest)

Require


LazyCron.module

License


GNU-GPLv3

Author


kixe (Christoph Thelen)

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