I have been trying to clear space on my server (every little bit helps). I recently installed the FishPig extension and had no use for the Magefan_Blog module that was installed in my Magento 2 store.
I'm not exactly sure if Magefan_Blog comes with Magento 2.1.2 out of the box. However, I didn't need it. I tried uninstalling through CLI (command line), but I was only able to disable through command line with the
magento module:disable command.
I then proceeded to delete the module and necessary table entries in the db, however I noticed that there were some files in
media/magefan_blog/b/l/ that were no longer being used. There were only about 6, but like I said, I want to to clean everything.
Those image DID NOT show up when I installed the Shreeji Unusedimages extension, so it left me wondering, (if the Shreeji extension actually found unused images outside of the catalog) whether or not these images were still attached to something somewhere that could break my store in anyway.
Does anyone know if these images can be deleted without consequence? Again, I have already removed the Magefan_Blog module from my Magento install.
In addition, can I also deleted the images from the directory "downloadable" as I've already deleted all the product entries for the sample data?