Manipulates the internal surface cache.
sopcache [-q] [-v] [-c] [-l] [-L] [-s] [-m memory] [-M never|always] [-U never|flag|always] [-W name never|always depth] [-w name]
Quiet mode. The command will be performed with no output.
Verbose mode. Extra information will be output.
Clear the SOP cache. Every loaded SOP will attempt to unload itself. They may not unload if the SOP is currently in use (e.g. displayed).
Print the cache status. This displays the current estimated memory use by SOPs and the number of SOPs that have active data.
Print the full path of all active SOPs. If verbose mode is also set with -v, the memory size of each SOP will also be output. The SOPs will then be sorted by memory usage.
Print the current settings.
Maximum memory limit (used by -M)
Unload cache on reaching the memory limit (-m) (never = ignore memory limit, always = unload when limit reached).
Unload surface operators (never = do not unload surface operators, flag = unload if operator’s unload flag is set, always = unload all operators regardless of unload flag).
Behavior of checkpoints. The named checkpoint will be enabled according the enable value and will have a maximum depth set according the the depth value.
Set a checkpoint of the given name. If the checkpoint is enabled, all SOPs not touched since the previous depth checkpoint of this name will be unloaded.