My instance has a lot of entries for federated content that no longer exists anymore, either because the remote moderator has re-uploaded the content with different tags or the instance has been shutdown. This unfortunately leaves me with releases still being listed in my pod, but showing as not being assigned to any libraries.
As you can see from the screenshot below, my instance lists an album, along with the tracks, but does not show any associated libraries
If I use the option to view the album on the remote instance, I get “site can’t be reached” and this is true because the remote instance no longer exists.
Here’s the troubling part. The domain this entry, and many others in the same state, are associated with no longer shows up in the moderation/domains view, so I cannot purge via the web UI. It doesn’t exist under the Federation/domains view in Django admin. The albums, artists, and tracks however still have their respective entries in django, and the remote instance URL is still there but there’s no easy way to purge these as far as I can tell.
Is there a command I can run against my database to remove all entries tied to this dead domain at all?