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Sitecore provides a cleanup agent to clear older media files, which clears media files every specified interval of time. By default it clears all media cache files created 90 days ago. See below settings in sitecore.config: <agent type="Sitecore.Tasks.CleanupAgent" method="Run" interval="06:00:00"> <!-- Specifies ...


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The caches you are referring to here are database caches. These are configured per database and not per site. This means you set the per instance for all sites but it also means all sites share the cache. There are other caches that are being set per site as well (e.g. the html cache https://doc.sitecore.com/developers/93/platform-administration-and-...


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Caching is stored in memory, not in database or files. You can check the cache sizes from /sitecore/admin/cache.aspx, which will let you check the max size they have been configured and how much they have been filled. There is nothing out of the box which allows you to inspect the cache and what is being stored in them, but generally speaking for item caches ...


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