Our Confluence Wiki has grown organically (aka no real Governance) for several years now. As the Application Administrator it is now my job to "Monitor and Assist" Wiki Site Administrators/Page contributors. One of those tasks is monitoring Pages for last edit (Date and Who). How is the best way to do this on a Wiki with over 700 sites and multiple pages per site?
You can get this kind of information enabling the Global Activity option. You can enable this going to:
Please take a look on this link to get more information:
Renato, After reading the article and talking with our System Admin, Global Activity is not a solution for our shop. Frankly, I do not see why anyone would chance crashing their system with this plugin. Atlassian was wise to make it default OFF. And by the comments I saw they have not been able to fix the problem yet.
Bob, I am thinking that this command could be run with a minimum impact with the Wiki itself. I think I will spend some time investigating the costs of CLI for our installation. I just have to convince my System Admin that CLI will not break every time we do catch up on Wiki versions.
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