ArcGIS Pro 2.9: Pro fails to detect a cached service that's copied to the cache directory,
Despite the fact that cached service is available in the cache directory with same name as the map name, Pro fails to detect it and ends up with an error as per the screenshot below
What could be the issue here?
The cached service (Orthophoto_WB_2021_10cm_tif_PG1923) was cached in machine A and then copied to machine B (C:\arcgisserver\directories\arcgiscache) to be configured
I doubt that a file system copy/paste will work. I suspect that you have to export in a format that can be imported on another machine.
I don't use any of these tools but there are import/export capabilities like
Not sure if they apply to your exact situation but other forms of "caches" have import/export capabilities
Have you performed this task in the past with ArcMap, as I believe this workflow worked when cached services were published from ArcMap?
If so, maybe this could be an ArcPro/ArcMap equivalency issue?
Correct. In ArcMap, it used to work that simple.
The cached service is copied in the target machine in the (C:\arcgisserver\directories\arcgiscache) folder and detected by the ArcMap as an mxd file with same name as the cache is published with overwrite option
Not sure how this should work in Pro
I know creating caches can take a long time, but maybe you can create the cache in Pro instead of copying it.
Was the cache you are trying to copy originally created from ArcMap or Pro?
What type of caching format did you use as that might be a factor here as well?
Does your org have an enterprise environment with an Image Server role? If you had that you could create high performance image services from Raster Mosaic Datasets which would eliminate the need to cache your imagery. Just a thought if you have access to this software.
Correct. We do have ArcGIS Image Server role.
Do you mean that publishing imageries contained in mosaic (as image service) has the same performance as the cached one?