usage: rush purge [-h] [--unsafe] The "rush purge" command is used to delete temporary files created by Rush. This is useful if you are having problems and suspect that cache files may be corrupt. Optional arguments: -h, --help Show this help message and exit. --unsafe (UNSAFE!) Also delete shared files such as the package manager instances stored in the ".rush" folder in the user's home directory. This is a more aggressive fix that is NOT SAFE to run in a live environment because it will cause other concurrent Rush processes to fail.