Database cleanupby Therp BV https://github.com/OCA/server-tools , Odoo Community Association (OCA) https://github.com/OCA/server-tools
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Clean your Odoo database from remnants of modules, models, columns and tables left by uninstalled modules (prior to 7.0) or a homebrew database upgrade to a new major version of Odoo.
Caution! This module is potentially harmful and can easily destroy the integrity of your data. Do not use if you are not entirely comfortable with the technical details of the Odoo data model of all the modules that have ever been installed on your database, and do not purge any module, model, column or table if you do not know exactly what you are doing.
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After installation of this module, go to the Settings menu -> Technical -> Database cleanup. This menu is only available to members of the Access Rights group. Go through the modules, models, columns and tables entries under this menu (in that order) and find out if there is orphaned data in your database. You can either delete entries by line, or sweep all entries in one big step (if you are really confident).
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
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This module is part of the OCA/server-tools project on GitHub.
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I don't know what it does
Maybe some kind of explanation of what it exactly does would be great.
Well, I clean all, and I get an error, it deleted a column from module auth_totp, but I just run -u auth_totp and it works again.