wp db size

Displays the database name and size.

$ wp db size [--size_format=<format>] [--tables] [--human-readable] [--format=<format>] [--scope=<scope>] [--network] [--all-tables-with-prefix] [--all-tables]

Display the database name and size for DB_NAME specified in wp-config.php. The size defaults to a human-readable number.

Available size formats include:

  • b (bytes)
  • kb (kilobytes)
  • mb (megabytes)
  • gb (gigabytes)
  • tb (terabytes)
  • B (ISO Byte setting, with no conversion)
  • KB (ISO Kilobyte setting, with 1 KB = 1,000 B)
  • KiB (ISO Kibibyte setting, with 1 KiB = 1,024 B)
  • MB (ISO Megabyte setting, with 1 MB = 1,000 KB)
  • MiB (ISO Mebibyte setting, with 1 MiB = 1,024 KiB)
  • GB (ISO Gigabyte setting, with 1 GB = 1,000 MB)
  • GiB (ISO Gibibyte setting, with 1 GiB = 1,024 MiB)
  • TB (ISO Terabyte setting, with 1 TB = 1,000 GB)
  • TiB (ISO Tebibyte setting, with 1 TiB = 1,024 GiB)

OPTIONS

[--size_format=<format>] : Display the database size only, as a bare number.

options:

  • b
  • kb
  • mb
  • gb
  • tb
  • B
  • KB
  • KiB
  • MB
  • MiB
  • GB
  • GiB
  • TB
  • TiB ---
[--tables]
Display each table name and size instead of the database size.
[--human-readable]
Display database sizes in human readable formats.
[--format=<format>]
Render output in a particular format. --- options:
  • table
  • csv
  • json
  • yaml ---
[--scope=<scope>]
Can be all, global, ms_global, blog, or old tables. Defaults to all.
[--network]
List all the tables in a multisite install.
[--all-tables-with-prefix]
List all tables that match the table prefix even if not registered on $wpdb. Overrides --network.
[--all-tables]
List all tables in the database, regardless of the prefix, and even if not registered on $wpdb. Overrides --all-tables-with-prefix.

EXAMPLES

$ wp db size
+-------------------+------+
| Name              | Size |
+-------------------+------+
| wordpress_default | 6 MB |
+-------------------+------+

$ wp db size --tables
+-----------------------+-------+
| Name                  | Size  |
+-----------------------+-------+
| wp_users              | 64 KB |
| wp_usermeta           | 48 KB |
| wp_posts              | 80 KB |
| wp_comments           | 96 KB |
| wp_links              | 32 KB |
| wp_options            | 32 KB |
| wp_postmeta           | 48 KB |
| wp_terms              | 48 KB |
| wp_term_taxonomy      | 48 KB |
| wp_term_relationships | 32 KB |
| wp_termmeta           | 48 KB |
| wp_commentmeta        | 48 KB |
+-----------------------+-------+

$ wp db size --size_format=b
5865472

$ wp db size --size_format=kb
5728

$ wp db size --size_format=mb
6

GLOBAL PARAMETERS

--path=<path> Path to the WordPress files.

--url=<url> Pretend request came from given URL. In multisite, this argument is how the target site is specified.

--ssh=[<scheme>:][<user>@]<host|container>[:<port>][<path>] Perform operation against a remote server over SSH (or a container using scheme of "docker", "docker-compose", "vagrant").

--http=<http> Perform operation against a remote WordPress installation over HTTP.

--user=<id|login|email> Set the WordPress user.

--skip-plugins[=<plugins>] Skip loading all plugins, or a comma-separated list of plugins. Note: mu-plugins are still loaded.

--skip-themes[=<themes>] Skip loading all themes, or a comma-separated list of themes.

--skip-packages Skip loading all installed packages.

--require=<path> Load PHP file before running the command (may be used more than once).

--[no-]color Whether to colorize the output.

--debug[=<group>] Show all PHP errors and add verbosity to WP-CLI output. Built-in groups include: bootstrap, commandfactory, and help.

--prompt[=<assoc>] Prompt the user to enter values for all command arguments, or a subset specified as comma-separated values.

--quiet Suppress informational messages.

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Creates a new database.

Deletes the existing database.

Exports the database to a file or to STDOUT.

Imports a database from a file or from STDIN.

Optimizes the database.

Displays the database table prefix.

Executes a SQL query against the database.

Repairs the database.

Removes all tables from the database.

Finds a string in the database.

Displays the database name and size.

Lists the database tables.