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Apex method to expose the total capacity allocated to a Platform Cache partition

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Currently a Platform Cache that is deployed as part of a managed package may or may not have any cache capacity allocated to it.

There currently isn't a way to tell in Apex if a Platform Cache has any capacity allocated to it. As such, resources (CPU/callouts/SOQL queries) will be expended trying populate and use a cache that won't retain anything.

The Spring '21 release now includes 3 MB of free Platform Cache for AppExchange-certificed packages. This helps mitigate the problem in many cases if you can spread that 3 MB across all your caches.

It does still leave a gap where it might not be possible to allocate any capacity to a paritcular cache. E.g. the cache might not be applicable to all subscribers, so it doesn't make sense to always allocate to it.

If there was a method on the Partition class that indicated the storage allocated to it we could easily check in Apex how viable the cache is at runtime.

More details are in How can I detect that a packaged Platform Cache Partition has no capacity allocated?

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