Hi @Alexandre Pivkine , thanks for your patience.
We received the response back from product team as below:
These config setting are restricted to change for end users, reason being if someone incorrectly configures them it would deviate from best practices of Azure Redis Cache.
For the "client output buffer limit" setting, the value it defaults to today should be sufficient in general. This value is the same default value that is recommended by OSS Redis today (you can find these values here: https://redis.io/topics/clients) If we are exceeding that limit, it’s likely that clients are slow and increasing that limit is just kicking the can down the road and you could eventually hit that other limit. Typically we recommend customers investigate why their clients are reading data slowly or how they can avoid increasing that limit.
Also, we don’t output the values of these settings via PS/CLI since they are always set to the defaults as mentioned above.
Please let us know if this helps your query.
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