LinkChecker helps within Adobe Experience Manager by being an hall monitor for links within pages. If a link does not have a valid URL, it shall not pass. Within AEM 6 the LinkChecker can be like left over Easter candy. It causes an increase in size. The LinkChecker can add to the heft of the repository to push it past the pleasantly plump stage into the husky stage. Marketing Cloud Help provides a quick and easy way to put the LinkChecker back in line: Prevent Rapid Repository Growth Caused by Linkchecker in AEM 6.0 SP2.
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