The wipe-evolution command is used to remove evolutions from the list of applied evolutions.
This is really only useful if you’re working to recover from a bad state where you’ve undone the changes made by an evolution and need to re-apply it. It should never be used under normal use, especially on a production database.
By default, this command will confirm before wiping the evolution from the
history. You can use
--noinput to avoid the confirmation step.
To see the list of evolutions that can be wiped, run list-evolutions.
$ ./manage.py wipe-evolution --app-label my_app change_name_max_length
One or more specific evolution labels to remove from the database. If the same evolution names exist for multiple apps, they’ll all be removed. To isolate them to a specific app, use
An app label to limit evolution labels to. Only evolutions on this app will be wiped.
Perform the wiping procedure automatically without any input.