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From Andreas Schl├Ąpfer <>
Subject RE: What to do about a HUGE Ivy cache?
Date Mon, 13 Feb 2012 07:30:33 GMT
We did have the same issue as all the continuous integration builds are
installed in the local repository and (during resolve) appear in the cache.
As we anyway archive the builds we want to keep we have written a cron job
which regularly deletes all **own** modules in the local repository and
cache older than 90 days. This limits the size of the cache (and local
repository). It does of course not clean unused external modules, but as
they don't change frequently this is not an issue.

-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Burlock [] 
Sent: Samstag, 11. Februar 2012 09:20
Subject: What to do about a HUGE Ivy cache?

Hello all,

Our Continuous Integration Environment's Ivy Cache is becoming huge... and
I mean HUGE.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Are there any recommended strategies for pruning or purging an Ivy cache?

Should we just delete everything and let it start again?

Any thoughts?

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