I just ran into the same issue literally a couple hours ago. You have to go to Special:SMWAdmin and click "Start Updating Data". This will add all the pages in the wiki to the job queue so that they can be reanalyzed. If you want this change to take effect immediately, I recommend running runJobs.php from the maintenance directory.

Hope this helps!

Kevin J.

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 5:25 PM, don undeen <> wrote:
Hi all,
I'm running a wiki with quite a lot of pages (individual art objects),
and I recently ran some batch processes to delete a bunch of these objects,
using the deleteBatch.php script.

This worked, in that the pages are now deleted.
However, I have some queries on pages that are still showing those pages, albeit with red links.

In other words, the wiki "knows" the pages don't exist, but is showing the pages in search results anyways.

I've tried running maintenance/refreshLinks.php, as well as

yet still those pages show up. The data for those pages is still in the SMW tables, but not the the page table.

Is there some other way to "Purge" those deleted files? I've heard about the purgeOnDelete extension, which I may try out, but these pages are already deleted.

any ideas?


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