I’m deploying a very large codebase to Azure using Deploy an Azure Web App process, which is taking over 20 mins to sync. I’m finding the process hangs after about 20 mins and gets stuck - no activity in logs. Possibly a timeout.
Is there a work around for this?
Thanks for reaching out. Couple of questions to help with the troubleshooting:
It’s currently 10,688 Files, 1,433 Folders. Size on disk is 413 MB (433,106,944 bytes).
Log attached. I eventually cancelled this.
ServerTasks-686.log.txt (527 KB)
Thanks for sharing that info. We’ve seen reports of similar behaviors from other users in the last couple of days. I’m gonna bring this up to the devs and see if they can share their thoughts on it.
We’re gonna use this other thread (that you are also part of) as there are other users with the same issue on it. Please keep posted to it for updates.
I’m seeing the same on v3.2.8. Hangs on every attempt to upload now.
Fairly large web app that normally takes 3-6 minutes to figure out what files to upload based on last modified date with Azure, the last line output is:
10:03:44 Verbose | Attribute ‘lastWriteTime’ equality changed to True when comparing filePath (foo-app\Web.Release.config) to C:\Octopus\Work\20151210085849-38\Web.Release.config because of rule IgnoreFileLastWriteTime.
10:03:44 Verbose | Source filePath (C:\Octopus\Work\20151210085849-38\Web.Release.config) does not match destination (foo-app\Web.Release.config) differing in attributes (lastWriteTime[‘12/10/2015 08:59:28’,‘11/10/2015 13:27:44’]). Update pending.
10:03:44 Verbose | The dependency check ‘DependencyCheckInUse’ found no issues.
Please check Vanessa’s reply from last night about our possible approach for this issue on this thread: http://help.octopusdeploy.com/discussions/problems/39563-azure-deploy-takes-forever
Approx 200MB and 3160 files. It’s a webshop built on the open source