Magento 2 caches several parts of your online store. This feature is both crucial to daily operation and a nuisance during development. This tutorial will help you solve part of the problem by showing you how to disable caching in Magento 2.
Disable caching via Backend
1. Login to the backend of your Magento 2 store.
2. From the Admin sidebar, navigate to System > Cache Management.
3. From the Action drop-down menu, select Disable. Select the top checkbox to select all or select individual caches. Click Submit to continue.
4. Click Flush Magento Cache to ensure the disabling process.
Disable caching via command line
To use the command line, use the following command to disable all cache types in your CLI:
php bin/magento cache:disable
To disable a specific cache type, use this command line:
php bin/magento cache:disable CACHE_TYPE
Flush the cache by the command:
php bin/magento cache:flush
If you want to re-enable caching, use this command:
php bin/magento cache:enable
To re-enable specific caching type, enter:
php bin/magento cache:enable CACHE_TYPE
That comes to the end of the tutorial. If you have any further question, please comment below to let us know.