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Cache Total Size: 90,721,502 Heartbeat INFO Health. That will get the new content into your databases, then you can copy the new files in whatever way is most convenient for you.

Managed Pool Thread #19 INFO Job started: Sitecore. This is because it has to initialize the different jobs and also due to the new experience editor and the use of the SPEAK UI Yes, we know you are an engineer and you need logical justification for the same Don’t worry we have a logical justification for you — posted on my another blog - Long-running processes and browser timeout issue (mainly Internet Explorer) Tried this approach but it still times out it always times out when processing the same item: Changing item '/sitecore/client/Applications/Experience Analytics/Dashboard‌​/Behavior/Page URLs/Page Settings/Page URL/Page Settings' I tried to remove that item from the package to see if that would make any good(I know it's not recommended just looking to see what would happen) but it still failed Typically when I run a Sitecore upgrade I'll attach the databases to a clean install of the old version and run the update package on that clean install.

Please help me with either updating or reverting back to a previous version of Minecraft, as I don't really care about this update and will probably not use it.

I prefer to play on Minecraft 1.7.10 because it has a lot more mods for it.

works without any issue (although not always) What you do is rename the file without moving it and move the new file over it.

That will keep the handles to the file valid and working so that pre-existing instances still will be able to access the file properly and new instances (or new handles) wil go to the new file.

Here is a screenshot showing the error: I looked around on the Internet and found no support for my problem so I decided to try this website.

I have already used this package while upgrading locally with no issues. 160115.update) using the update installation wizard page on a QA server two strange things happen: Also the CPU on the server is not reaching 10% of usage while processing the package. UPDATE 1 Here is the log for when the installer times out (didn't find anything useful on it :|) : Managed Pool Thread #3 INFO Job ended: Core_Database_Agent (units processed: ) Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Job started: Master_Database_Agent Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Scheduling. Database: master Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Examining schedules (count: 4) Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Starting: __Task Schedule Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Ended: __Task Schedule Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Not due: Calculate Statistical Relevancy Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Not due: Rebuild Suggested Tests Index Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Not due: Try Finish Test Managed Pool Thread #16 INFO Job ended: Master_Database_Agent (units processed: 4) 4328 ERROR Application error. I'm guessing, based on your edits and the other responses, that you're issue lies in indexing - and that you're probably using Solr (where maybe you had Lucene in your local test).

I'm trying to install the latest version of Windows Update Agent, v7.2.6001.788, and the installation failed with error code of 0x800b0100. The relevant Windows section: 2009-08-03 :334 3544 d28 Misc =========== Logging initialized (build: 7.2.6001.788, tz: 0100) =========== 2009-08-03 :334 3544 d28 Misc = Process: d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a60109-08-03 :332 3544 d28 Setup Windows Update Client standalone setup : resource dll path is d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\en\mui 2009-08-03 :335 3544 d28 Setup Evaluating CBS package "d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\WUClient-Self Update-Core-Top Level.cab" 2009-08-03 :556 3544 d28 Setup Package will be installed 2009-08-03 :556 3544 d28 Setup Evaluating CBS package "d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\WUClient-Self Update-Active X.cab" 2009-08-03 :580 3544 d28 Setup Package will be installed 2009-08-03 :580 3544 d28 Setup Evaluating CBS package "d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\WUClient-Self Update-Aux-Top Level.cab" 2009-08-03 :665 3544 d28 Setup Package will be installed 2009-08-03 :709 3544 d28 Setup Windows Update Client standalone setup : eula file path is d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\en09-08-03 :337 3544 de0 Misc WARNING: Load Library failed for with hr:8007007E 2009-08-03 :338 3544 de0 Setup Installing CBS package "d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\WUClient-Self Update-Core-Top Level.cab" 2009-08-03 :895 3544 de0 Setup WARNING: CBS operation failed, error = 0x800B0100 2009-08-03 :898 3544 de0 Setup WARNING: Install of setup package "d:\fcc0f96e893296900e6501a601\WUClient-Self Update-Core-Top Level.cab" failed, error = 0x800B0100 2009-08-03 :976 3544 d28 Setup wusetup has finished. Reboot is NOT needed Method for Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 To resolve this issue, run the System Update Readiness Tool (Checksur.exe).

To do this, follow these steps: Download and run the System Update Readiness Tool.

Portions of DLLs (and even executables) can be mapped into RAM while other bits of it stay on disk, and may be read in at a later time.

Changing the file on disk while Windows has bits of it mapped in RAM would not end well. Edit: I need to clarify something since some people seem intent on blaming Windows for what is actually an design issue, not an OS design issue. Edit: Also see Stephane's answer for a Is there any way to move that file to a temporary location so it can be deleted later, while putting a new one in its old location (so servers that start after that will use the new dll)? That entirely depends on how the application is written/how it uses DLLs. If the file handle is open there's not much you can do about it.