IIS Timeout or Request Length

IIS Timeout or Request Length

 

It looks like some time limits of your system were exceeded and the thread was aborted.
Could you please try to increase the following settings in your web.config and run the update one more time?

<httpRuntime ... executionTimeout="36000"/>
<setting name="DefaultSQLTimeout" value="05:00:00" />
<sessionState  timeout="300"/>



Could you please make sure that the "Ping enabled" setting of your APP Pool is set to "false"?
(Please take a look at the attached "ping_enabled.png" screenshot)



 For the App_Pool in IIS:
 - Set the "Recycling >> Regular Time Interval" to "0" (do not recycle).
 - Set the "Process Model >> Idle Time-out" to "600"
3. Increase the following settings in web.config some more:
<setting name="DefaultSQLTimeout" value="10:00:00" />
<sessionState  timeout="600"/>





https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Script-for-rebuilding-all-8d079754



Idle Time-Out (Minutes) set to 0
Regular Time Interval (Minutes) set to 0


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16781.47 1stLt Lead James Fleming Game Producer
Information Technology
Created: 4/7/2015 13:19