Artifacts caching does not work on-premise Azure DevOps Server 2020. The Azure DevOps documentation on Cache Action is not updated and that is misleading.
You will get below error when you use
cache@2 in your pipeline. Here is the Microsoft GitHub Issue. It clearly says that,
Cache@2 task is not supported on-premises. It works on Azure DevOps though however not work on Azure DevOps On-Premise Server.
'API resource location is not registered' error with Azure pipeline cache task
Microsoft DevOps Server does not support
Universal Packages that is why
node_module caching in pipeline does not work using
cache@2 or any
It seems by March it will be done as per Microsoft GitHub Pull Request.
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