Strange errors preventing publishing

Strange errors preventing publishing

  
I've been working locally on my machine testing an upgrade from Version 4.2 to 5.1, and now when I try and publish today (which worked just fine on Friday) it keeps freezing during the publishing process.  I checked the error logs and I keep getting a slew of errors every second.  Here's what keeps showing up:

07/12/2010 11:27:26
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Timer DailyUsage error (before executing action 'Timer_DailyUsage'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:25
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Timer ErrorLogMonitor error (before executing action 'Timer_ErrorLogMonitor'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:24
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Timer CheckSystemStatus error (before executing action 'Timer_CheckSystemStatus'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:23
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Timer BootstrapPermissionAreas error (before executing action 'BootstrapPermissionAreas'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:22
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Timer SolutionPack_Cleanup error (before executing action 'SolutionPack_Cleanup'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:21
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Timer DeveloperOperation_Cleanup error (before executing action 'Timer_DeveloperOperationCleanup'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:20
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Timer BPM_CleanUp error (before executing action 'Timer_BPMCleanup'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:19
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Timer DoBootstrap error (before executing action 'Bootstrap'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:08
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Timer WeeklyUsage error (before executing action 'Timer_WeeklyUsage'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:07
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Timer DailyUsage error (before executing action 'Timer_DailyUsage'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:06
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Timer ErrorLogMonitor error (before executing action 'Timer_ErrorLogMonitor'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:05
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Timer CheckSystemStatus error (before executing action 'Timer_CheckSystemStatus'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:04
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Timer BootstrapPermissionAreas error (before executing action 'BootstrapPermissionAreas'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:03
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Timer SolutionPack_Cleanup error (before executing action 'SolutionPack_Cleanup'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:02
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Timer DeveloperOperation_Cleanup error (before executing action 'Timer_DeveloperOperationCleanup'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:01
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Timer BPM_CleanUp error (before executing action 'Timer_BPMCleanup'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:27:00
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Timer DoBootstrap error (before executing action 'Bootstrap'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:26:59
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Timer WeeklyUsage error (before executing action 'Timer_WeeklyUsage'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:26:57
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Timer DailyUsage error (before executing action 'Timer_DailyUsage'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1
07/12/2010 11:26:56
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Timer ErrorLogMonitor error (before executing action 'Timer_ErrorLogMonitor'). Timer duration = 0 secs: Invalid object name 'dual'. [Will retry later]
 
RESD9X-6PS2JJ1

I've tried rebooting my machine, and I even shut the machine down over the weekend when I left on Friday, but the errors started before I even logged into my machine this morning.  Does anyone have any idea what might be causing these errors?  It's slowing my machine down something awful, and I can no longer continue to develop.

Thanks.

Josh
Hi Joshua,

first thing you have to do is to shutdown OutSystems Scheduler Service.

Can you describe detailed what was the process you took for that update?

RNA
About two weeks ago, I downloaded the new Service Center pack from OutSystems, and I ran through the install.  Since our servers are still running on 4.2, I have the old version still installed locally on my machine.  The install of 5.1 went through with no problems, and I downloaded a "clean" version of the currently published production systems and moved them to a different location and uploaded them to my localhost server which was now running 5.1.  When I first attempted to open them, they upgraded the eSpaces and I was able to continue working with only small issues needing to be resolved.  I had been working on those new versions in 5.1 for the whole two weeks with no problems, and when I attempted to publish items this morning, it would get to the deploying step and just hang there.

I downloaded the newest version of 5.1 from the website this morning an installed it, and I am now able to publish again, but the errors have continued.  The errors keep referencing dual, which the system shouldn't be trying to use because I currently have it setup to use SQL Server and not Oracle.

I hope this is what you were looking for.

Thanks.

Josh
Thanks for the detail Joshua.

When you said you've downloaded the latest 5.1 did you mean he community edition or you downloaded the service center 5.1?

Didi you already stoped the Sheduler Service? And last, but not the least, in the detail of one error can you send the error to the support by clicking the submit error button?

Thanks,
RNA
I downloaded the Community Edition of the system since we are not currently ready to update our server to the new Service Center.  I did stop the Scheduler service and most of the errors stopped.  Now I just keep getting REquest Timed out errors in the log.  On your advice I have sent in one of the errors to OutSystems from the detail of the error.

Thanks for all your help.

Josh