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When you start to notice the size of your #Joomla install is getting bloated, it's time to track down potentially unused files you can delete. If your webhosting account is based upon #Cpanel, Cpanel's Disk Usage tool is a great way to find large files you may be able to do delete. That is what today's Maintenance Monday live stream is all about.



  • This is a YouTube livestream titled "Bloated Joomla? Find Unused Files with Cpanel Disk Usage Tool 🛠 Maintenance Monday Live Stream #022."
    - The host is Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast.
    - The livestream discusses using Cpanel's Disk Usage Tool to find unused files in a Joomla installation to address bloating.
    - Tim mentions the importance of backing up your Joomla site before making any changes.
    - He shows how to access the Disk Usage Tool in Cpanel and explains how it lists folders by size.
    - Tim demonstrates how to identify and delete unnecessary files and directories, particularly old backup files.
    - He discusses clearing up space taken by extensions like Akeeba Backup and RS Firewall by removing outdated hash files.
    - Tim also briefly mentions checking the size of the MySQL database associated with the Joomla site.
    - The livestream provides practical tips for Joomla site maintenance and optimization.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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