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I noticed my Rolling Cache has been off.  If I switch it on, it asks for how many gigs.  How do I determine how many I should put in there and is there any benefit to having this on vs. off?  


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This was discussed in the q&a today. 
in short the recommendations are to keep it on, one of the developers has it set to 32GB. Most relevant if you always fly in the same area. 



 

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2 minutes ago, peroni said:

This was discussed in the q&a today. 
in short the recommendations are to keep it on, one of the developers has it set to 32GB. Most relevant if you always fly in the same area. 

Thanks.  What about if you fly jets around the country?  Does it matter?

 

1 minute ago, doublem said:

Sebastian Wloch explains the rolling cache and mentions numbers.

Starting at 0:55 in todays dev Q&A: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/815451663

I'll check this out

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