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Removing database info

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    ThorHammer
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    @thorhammer

    Hello, I had BuddyPress but uninstalled it.
    In my OPTION table I find the rows: them_mods_bp-default and _transient_bp_active_member_count

    Are these remains from buddypress, and can I delete them? (I want my DB clean).

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    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Yes.

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    ThorHammer
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    @thorhammer

    Thanks. So, after unserializing data in my OPTIONS table, user_roles, I find, among other data, the settings of “keymaster” and “member” and “moderator” and (not) wordpress “subscriber” and a lot of settings like this:
    `[moderate] => 1
    [participate] => 1
    [keep_gate] => 1
    [import_export] => 1
    [recount] => 1
    [manage_options] => 1
    [manage_themes] => 1
    [manage_plugins] => 1
    [edit_users] => 1
    [manage_tags] => 1
    [edit_others_favorites] => 1
    [manage_forums] => 1
    [delete_forums] => 1
    [delete_topics] => 1
    [close_topics] => 1
    `

    All this has to be Buddypress ghosts inside the user role row in the different “options” databases. I guess it is impossible to remove all these data… but… do they have any effect upon my multisite performance, or do they have any effect on my users (multisite blog owners) roles in the multisite?

    I am asking because something is messing up my multisites different blogs comment settings.

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    ThorHammer
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    @thorhammer

    Cause these are not default wordpress roles, but they are all assigned to each user now, at least in the database (as I have unserialized):
    “blocked”, “inactive”, “keymaster”, “member”, “moderator”.

    Is there a way to easy get rid of all these data?

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    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    `
    [import_export] => 1
    [manage_options] => 1
    [manage_themes] => 1
    [manage_plugins] => 1
    [edit_users] => 1
    [manage_tags] => 1
    `
    these are WordPress options.

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    ThorHammer
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    @thorhammer

    Hello, thanks for fast reply. Yes, I know, but there appear to be many buddypress settings left. If they don’t have any effect on the site performance or roles, I’ll let them be, but I don’t know, and that is why I am asking.

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    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    I wouldn’t worry about them.

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