Your Service Fabric Deployment is probably not using the latest NuGet packages from your code

I have been investigating errors connecting to Redis Cache from Service Fabric for more than a year now. No matter what we did, these errors which started happening about a year ago have not gone away. It took a long time for us to figure out that even though we had upgraded the StackExhange.Redis NuGet package many times in the…

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