This happens every single time and it finishes in two seconds, not sure where to start?

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Had to do with the server, I have a rep folder on our D:\ and I needed to share the folder
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  • Does the account you have specified have the proper permissions to the destination path?
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Do you have the patch labels applied, and have you verified that the patches have downloaded?

Answered 10/03/2013 by: dugullett
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yes, all patches are applied and downloaded. This only happens on remote machines using replication shares, when I enable failover it works.

Answered 10/03/2013 by: lsulax
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  • Sounds like the issue is with your rep shares then, not the patching setup itself.
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it appears to be rep related, permissions are fine and the files are there

 

 

Answered 10/03/2013 by: lsulax
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  • When we set up our rep shares, we could see out from the share but not in because of a port being blocked. Could be something like that maybe?
    • Yes make sure the file sharing ports are open.
  • Please remove the patching labels and recreate them. (this is a step which often solves the issue) If possible don't use them.
    Also contact the support, to get a repl share patch.
    It is possible that the patching DB on your replshares are too big,
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Had to do with the server, I have a rep folder on our D:\ and I needed to share the folder

 

Answered 10/04/2013 by: lsulax
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