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0008677opensim[GRID] Robust Serverpublic2020-03-27 08:472020-03-31 01:41
vladimir Djannovic 
lowminorhave not tried
resolvedno change required 
Opensim 0.9.2 devWindows server 2012Windows server 2
Grid (1 Region per Sim)
.NET / Windows64
0008677: Robust Table
Hello, I would like to have a little information.
Is it possible to purge the contents of the GridUser table from robust without risk?
Thank you in advance for your answers

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2020-03-27 08:47vladimir DjannovicNew Issue
2020-03-27 11:32djphilNote Added: 0036303
2020-03-27 11:32djphilNote Edited: 0036303bug_revision_view_page.php?bugnote_id=36303#r8924
2020-03-27 11:41tampaNote Added: 0036304
2020-03-27 11:49djphilNote Edited: 0036303bug_revision_view_page.php?bugnote_id=36303#r8925
2020-03-27 12:54vladimir DjannovicNote Added: 0036305
2020-03-27 12:57vladimir DjannovicResolutionopen => fixed
2020-03-31 01:41tampaNote Added: 0036312
2020-03-31 01:41tampaStatusnew => resolved
2020-03-31 01:41tampaResolutionfixed => no change required
2020-03-31 01:41tampaAssigned To => tampa

2020-03-27 11:32   
(edited on: 2020-03-27 11:49)
The Griduser table is created and populated when users register.
It is then gradually updated according to the activity of the users.
Although you can purge this table, it is not recommended to do so.

2020-03-27 11:41   
Actually the table only contains data regarding users home positions and last locations, some data regarding their last login/logout and their full userid including remote grid. You can technically purge the table, but it will cause issues for local users since their logins are not going to work smoothly. Hypergrid users generally have no such issues. Used to purge those of defunct grids from the table which isn't going to bother them none. I would advice against altering the table unless you have some other problem to fix.
vladimir Djannovic   
2020-03-27 12:54   
ok, so i wouldn't touch this table, thanks
2020-03-31 01:41   
It is not advised to alter the table unless there are issues resulting from the entries within, generally removing the hypergrid entries should not cause problem though.