Noticing "Active Plugins" That Aren't Actually Installed?


  • Gamers

    This is the output when I run ./nodebb plugins. However, some of those plugins should definitely not be there as I've uninstalled them. Is this something I need to "reset" somehow?

    2018-03-18T23:06:55.689Z [8840] - info: Active plugins:
             - nodebb-plugin-composer-default
             - nodebb-theme-persona
             - nodebb-plugin-markdown
             - nodebb-plugin-mentions
             - nodebb-widget-essentials
             - nodebb-rewards-essentials
             - nodebb-plugin-soundpack-default
             - nodebb-plugin-meetup
             - nodebb-plugin-cards2
             - nodebb-plugin-google-analytics
             - nodebb-plugin-spam-be-gone
             - nodebb-plugin-imagemagick
             - nodebb-plugin-upvote-notifications
             - nodebb-plugin-slack-extended
             - nodebb-plugin-dbsearch
             - nodebb-plugin-google-forms
             - nodebb-plugin-blog-comments
             - nodebb-plugin-view-votes
             - nodebb-plugin-recent-cards
             - nodebb-plugin-emailer-sendgrid
             - nodebb-plugin-emoji
             - nodebb-plugin-htmlcleaner
             - nodebb-plugin-tdwtf-buttons
             - nodebb-plugin-browsing-users
             - nodebb-plugin-emoji-one
             - nodebb-plugin-iframely
             - nodebb-plugin-tenor-gif
    

    Here's my actual directory listing:

    0_1521414627260_Capture.PNG


  • Global Moderator

    That list reflects the activated plugins on your forum, ignoring whether or not they are installed. You can fix it by disabling the plugins via running ./nodebb reset -p [plugin name] for each plugin.

    In the future, make sure you disable the plugins before removing them.


  • Gamers

    @pitaj said in Noticing "Active Plugins" That Aren't Actually Installed?:

    That list reflects the activated plugins on your forum, ignoring whether or not they are installed. You can fix it by disabling the plugins via running ./nodebb reset -p [plugin name] for each plugin.

    In the future, make sure you disable the plugins before removing them.

    Excellent. Thank you!


 

Suggested Topics

| |