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CD Tied to Publishing Target Not Updating

I think this is what's happening in your setup: CM and Publishing Service know about two target databases: web and web2. Every time a publishing job is finished, CM sends a remote event called ...
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how to create patch for changing cache size limits in sitecore config

Add the below patch file to your project. The below patch file has a patch for Prefetch, Data, Item, HTML, and AccessResultCache values with respective Content Delivery and Content Management roles ...
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Are decimals supported when specifying cache size values?

No. Commas , and periods . are stripped from the values. You can take a look at Sitecore.StringUtil.ParseSizeString(string) for proof, I've not found this officially documented anywhere. Valid sizes ...
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How to check Sitecore web or stageweb cache in/sitecore/admin/cache.aspx?

On a Content Delivery server, access to the administrative pages usually is not available hence there is no direct option available to monitor Sitecore Cache for the CD server. In this blog, I will ...
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how to create patch for changing cache size limits in sitecore config

To configure Item and Data cache values, create a patch file for cache size values. For example, custom.caching.config and add the following <configuration xmlns:patch="http://www.sitecore.net/...
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CD Tied to Publishing Target Not Updating

To expand on my comment earlier, please confirm that all of your instances have a unique value for "InstanceName" in your configuration files. This is relevant because that value is combined ...
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How do I get to know the CD server Cache details

Adding to the answer (Sitecore 10.*): Go to the CD server and check the App_Data\diagnostics\health_monitor folder. You will get their file named CacheStatus.20230412Z.141522Z.html where 20230412Z....
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