Our package cache fills up very quickly - we’re using octopus as part of an environment-per-branch continuous deployment platform.
I’d like to clean up the package cache, and do so in a safe manner. All our packages for the branch environments have a version 0.0.X version number. Is it safe to create a windows scheduled task that runs a powershell script which will remove these files from C:\Octopus\OctopusServer\PackageCache?
Not exactly It means its in the current sprint, but say if we had something urgent that needed to go out before that we would. It just means that someone will pick it up, and it will go out in one of the next releases.