We are using Octopus Deploy both for “UAT” deployment projects and also for “CI” deployment projects.
We are using the built-in package repository to store packages.
UAT projects only push packages to the Repository once a month or so, CI projects push on every commit.
How do I prevent the CI project from filling the Octopus Server disk and preventing further uploads of UAT packages which are more important to the Octopus Package repository? I want this task to be done automatically without having to set myself a reminder to delete old CI packages month.
I have set the Retention Policy on the Lifecycle but this did not remove any packages from the Built-In Package Repository.
I do not want to use the global retention policy in the Package Repository, as I have lots of unassociated release packages that could be used at any time in the future.
Thanks in advance,