I want to execute
PrivacyManager.anonymizeSomeRawData via an API so that I can regularly anonymize IPs in the database.
How can that be done? I found
./console privacymanager:anonymize-some-raw-data, but not sure how to use it with parameters. Is there any documentation for that (https://developer.matomo.org/api-reference/reporting-api doesn’t mention the console command).
Bonus question: Which cron/script executes the scheduled anonymizations found in
I figured out you can run
./console privacymanager:anonymize-some-raw-data --anonymize-ip --date "2023-09-01,2023-09-30" this command.
The problem is, you still have to confirm it with “OK”. How to do this in a bash script so I can use it in a cron? Is there any --force parameter to skip the confirmation?
I would say there is a
--force parameter, as there is also a command for running all tasks:
/console core:run-scheduled-tasks --force
There is also a plugin that displays scheduled tasks:
./console privacymanager:anonymize-some-raw-data --force --anonymize-ip --date "2023-09-01,2023-09-30"
The “–force” option does not exist.
Your code seems to work, but how can I add
privacymanager:anonymize-some-raw-data as a scheduled task?
I created a GitHub ticket to get console tools exhaustive documentation:
Can you try:
Then you’ll be able to know which options can be applied?