Finding Unused Spaces or Pages
Sometimes, you want to know what is not being used. It's great to know what's getting most attention, but what about stagnant pages, or even entire spaces that are no longer active?
If you have Confluence Data Center, you can view detailed analytics for spaces and pages. See Analytics for more information.
If you have Confluence Server, you'll need to query the database directly to find out this information.
The following query identifies the last date on which content was modified in each space within a single Confluence instance:
SELECT spaces.spacename, MAX(content.lastmoddate) FROM content, spaces WHERE content.spaceid = spaces.spaceid GROUP BY spaces.spacename;
It returns a list of space names, and the last date and time at which any content was added or changed.
Alternatively, this query identifies spaces where the content hasn't changed since a specified date:
SELECT spaces.spacename, spaces.spacekey FROM content, spaces WHERE content.spaceid = spaces.spaceid GROUP BY spaces.spacename, spaces.spacekey HAVING MAX(content.lastmoddate) < '2006-10-10';
The result is a simple list of space names and corresponding space keys.
Similarly, to identify pages where content hasn't changed since a specified date:
SELECT c.title, c.creationdate, c.lastmoddate FROM content c WHERE c.prevver IS NULL AND c.contenttype = 'PAGE' AND c.content_status = 'current' GROUP BY c.title, c.creationdate, c.lastmoddate HAVING MAX(c.lastmoddate) < '2006-10-10';
The result will provide a list of page titles, created date, and last modified date. Change the
lastmoddate value as per your needs.
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