Best Practices for a shared Derived Data Cache?
I'm wondering if anyone here has developed some best practices for using a shared DDC. We often have multiple projects in the pipe, and I'm wondering if it would be better or not to split them up into multiple caches despite having some shared assets, or to keep everything in one big pool. I'm also wondering how often the DDC should be cleaned out, as ours is getting quite large and I'm not sure if the mechanisms in place are keeping unnecessary items out of it.
The only documentation I could find on this is pretty light and does note even explain what all the variables mean: https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest/INT/Engine/Basics/DerivedDataCache/index.html
For example, what are the following variables even supposed to do and how can we best take advantage of them? Clean=false, Flush=false, DeleteUnused=true, UnusedFileAge=19, FoldersToClean=-1
Any tips or tricks on this subject would be greatly appreciated!
asked Dec 13 '17 at 03:50 PM in Using UE4
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