I'm curious if it's possible to clean old non-working links in the project databases.
Let me describe what I mean:
I -for example- want to download pictures from image boards like 4chan.
After some time OE wants to download (or check) lotsa files when I start the project, so it might say 50000 files in queue.
Image board threads are short-lived, after some time the same thread-html-file will disappear and never come back. But OE still tries to load it to see if there are new/changed files to download in these thread-files.
So OE starts to download the project, suddenly does some (time/cpu-taking) parsing and suddenly is down to let's say 5000 files left to download.
To clean up I usually copy the project, delete it, paste the project and start to download it again. Doing this it downloads the whole thing again because it lost the information of already downloaded project files. (Delete -> only project files -> keep informations about already downloaded files)
That's a problem, because it might download files that I already downloaded before and downloading all again causes a lot of traffic.
Is there a way to -instead of "copy a project, delete, paste, start anew"- to just clean the project from URLs that will never appear again?
So that OE deletes these files that don't exist anymore on the server from it's project database, but keeps the files in the project download folder?
I hope you see what I try to describe :)
Thanks for any informations,
At the end of the download, all files that belong to the project, but actually do not exist on the server, will be deleted.
but just to be sure: will this command delete the downloaded files (in the project download folder) or just the informations in it's already downloaded files database?
(since I don't check everytime a project download finished, I just want to make sure that already downloaded files will not be deleted from harddisk)