Docker Compose error while interpolating services.mssql.mem_limit
If you're using docker and get this "error while interpolating services.mssql.mem_limit" with Sitecore stuff it's because there is a bug when "use docker compose v2" is turned on. That is the setting in Docker for Windows.
If you encounter this you can simply disable "use docker compose v2" and you should find it just starts working.
Otherwise have a look at this article and see if there is a permanent fix out yet.
It's caused by the values 10mb being converted to a number which fails because strangely mb, gb etc aren't numbers, who knew!
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