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- Appendix D: Troubleshooting
- Troubleshooting: SQL Compare cannot run for unsupported version
- Troubleshooting: Applying upgrade cannot run for unsupported version
- Troubleshooting: Some data files are missing from the Upgrade Utility package
- Troubleshooting: The Upgrade Utility appears to stop responding
- Troubleshooting: The client session was terminated during an upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Unexpected errors during an upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Upgrade failed with a "Not enough shared memory available" error
- Troubleshooting: Database transaction log full
- Troubleshooting: Integrations do not work after an application upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Automatic merge fails
- Troubleshooting: Unable to open and view the upgrade results after upgrade
- Troubleshooting: Unable to submit service items in SRC
- Troubleshooting: Avoid copying full table copy when Unique/Primary key is updated
Troubleshooting: The client session was terminated during an upgrade
The upgrade failed with "Session no longer valid" error when running in foreground mode. This issue is most likely to occur when you are creating or applying a custom upgrade.
The client session was terminated during an upgrade. The Service Manager client may temporarily lose heartbeat when the Upgrade Utility is running. If the server cannot detect the heartbeat for a certain amount of time, it disconnects the client session.
To resolve this issue, restore the database to the latest pre-upgrade state, add
heartbeatinterval:120 to the sm.ini file, and then restart the upgrade. See also Step 3: Perform preparatory tasks.
Note We recommend that you set the timeout period to a length of time that is long enough for an upgrade phase to complete.