Here is where we bring awareness to Drupal modules running on less than 1% of reporting sites. Today we'll investigate Delete all, a module which facilitates deleting users and/or content en masse.
I am no longer using delete_all. I used to work with it throw drush and drush 9 comes with the entity:delete (edel) command. From the help:
entity:delete (edel) Delete content entities.
Delete content entities.
To delete configuration entities, see config:delete command.
drush entity:delete node --bundle=article Delete all article entities.
drush entity:delete shortcut Delete all shortcut entities.
drush entity:delete node 22,24 Delete nodes 22 and 24.
entity_type An entity machine name.
[ids] A comma delimited list of Ids.
--bundle=BUNDLE Restrict deletion to the specified bundle. Ignored when
ids is specified.
Aliases: edel, entity-delete
Are you sure you're not confusing Drush with Drupal console?
Manuel Adan, thanks much for your comment. I believe hugronaphor is correct; I am not aware of a delete all Drush command, however [entity:delete] is included with Drupal Console https://github.com/hechoendrupal/drupal-console/issues/3599 Thanks much for highlighting this.