r897: "Timeout occured"

Re: r897: "Timeout occured"

Postby AlexLi » 11.10.2017, 16:02

Thanks all!
Yes, In my client\cmd folder, DetermineServiceState.vbs is also missing, that is why I got timeout errors.
I don't know how it happened (missed a file).
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Re: r897: "Timeout occured"

Postby AlexLi » 11.10.2017, 18:45

I verifyied that after downloading updates, DetermineServiceState.vbs is gone.

possible reason:
in cmd\DownloadUpdates.cmd

rem *** Obsolete internal stuff ***
...
if exist ..\client\cmd\DetermineServiceState.vbs del ..\client\cmd\DetermineServiceState.vbs
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Re: r897: "Timeout occured"

Postby boco » 11.10.2017, 20:46

Whoops. So, it seems to be not that obsolete after all... Thanks for the info.
Microsoft update catalog: http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/
Windows Install media creator: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15088/windows-create-installation-media
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Re: r897: "Timeout occured"

Postby psj » 12.10.2017, 12:20

if exist ..\client\cmd\DetermineServiceState.vbs del ..\client\cmd\DetermineServiceState.vbs


that line was introduced in Trunk 751 (diff), which was the first change after release of Version 10.6
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Re: r897: "Timeout occured"

Postby WSUSUpdateAdmin » 12.10.2017, 16:35

Moin!

Was für ein Fehler... :oops:

Ist hier im Vorfeld beim Testen nicht aufgefallen, weil ich zur Synchronisation meiner lokalen Kopie mit unserem Produktiv-Repository SyncToy verwende, das trotz Modus "Echo" die lokale Datei DetermineServiceState.vbs nicht gelöscht hat...

Das nenn ich mal "dumm gelaufen". :(

Danke & Gruß
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