Configure Antora’s Cache
About Antora’s cache
When Antora runs the first time, it will save resources it fetches over the network in a local cache. Antora caches two types of resources:
cloned git repositories
downloaded UI bundles
Antora stores these resources in the cache directory, which are further organized under the content and ui folders, respectively. The default cache directory varies by operating system.
Override the default cache location
You can override the default cache location—listed here in order of precedence—using:
the --cache-dir option from the CLI,
the cache_dir key in the playbook.
Update the cache
If you want Antora to update the cache on subsequent runs, pass the --fetch option to the Antora CLI or set the fetch key to
true in the playbook.
This switch will force Antora to run a fetch operation on each repository it previously cloned.
It will also force Antora to download a fresh copy of the UI bundle, if the URL is remote and the snapshot key is