#1175 Unable to delete feeds 'marked as read'

v1.6.0.0
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2012-09-23
2007-12-28
urban1
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In the 'Special feeds' area, I can not delete items, which I have marked as read, from either the 'Feed Errors' or the 'Deleted Items' categories. I do know know about the remaining categories since I do not use them.

Deleting these feeds has always worked in the past, but no longer does.

I suppose it isn't a big problem, however, it would be nice to clean up these areas since they'll just keep getting larger and larger.

Thanks,

Bob

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  • urban1
    urban1
    2008-01-25

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    1.6.0.1 seems to have made a bit of change. 'Feed Errors' has only 24 items which will not delete and this varies. The 'Deleted Items', however, continues to build and now contains 1820 items. Somehow, however, this seems like an odd number. I'm sure I've gone through more than 1820 feeds since I first encountered the problem.

    Bob

     
  • urban1
    urban1
    2008-02-20

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    Hi. Just curious. Has this item been closed? My file 'deleteditems.xml' now contains 8700+ items and is 28 mb in size, and growing daily. I'm on v1.6.0.2. If it would help to upload any of my files, I would be happy to do that. Possibly the trace logs?

    Bob

     
  • Dare Obasanjo
    Dare Obasanjo
    2008-02-20

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    I'll start investigating this issue. Thanks for reporting.

     
  • Dare Obasanjo
    Dare Obasanjo
    2008-02-20

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    I'll start investigating this issue. Thanks for reporting.

     
  • urban1
    urban1
    2008-04-03

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    My 'deleteditems.xml' file is becoming huge. If I delete the file, will it be recreated? Can I delete portions of the file (I'm sorta afraid of corrupting it if I do it wrong'. I have 32,000+ items in the file and it is multiple megabytes in size.

    Bob

     
  • urban1
    urban1
    2008-04-03

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    Actually, multiple hundreds of megabytes.

    Bob