I'm working within the ArcGIS platform including the ArcGIS Online account. I've got some high detailed orthophoto that I'd like to tile cache and than publish as a map service to my AGOL account. When producing and tile caching, I'd rather not to generate an artificially over-sized cache that exceeds the maximum cell\pixel size of my original orthophoto because of storage considerations (700 MB that grows into 1.7 GB). Hence my cache file is produced in a certain scale range that fits its origins maximum cell size. After the cache has been produced and published as a map service in AGOL, it's scale range visibility is being automatically constrained to fit the level of details that it have been produced at.
How can I make this map service to enable a larger scale range visibility that uses previous level of details?
Alternatively: How Can I produce and publish a map service that enables a larger scale range visibility and not artificially over-sizing my tiled cached orthophoto?
I've tried using the REST API interface and change the max scale by 'edit'. It change the definition but didn't seem to work within a web map. I've also tried to 'Update' the levels of details available to exceed itself but I've got this error
LOD not available for the level "8" Code: 500