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Central Failing to lauch Scheduled flows

Does anyone out there have issues with OO 9.5 on windows server 2008 R2 failing to lauch scheduled flows on a regular basis?

 

We had this issue occur quite often pre 9.3 update. We've been on 9.5 for the last 2 months. All was running quite well until recently (no changes have been made to our prod environment). The error we see in the central log for flows which fail to launch are - ERROR [DefaultQuartzScheduler_Worker-10] (11:00:01,268) 3128d638-c648-49d5-9ba6-2c92ff1b6a01 - failed to execute flow

 

I just want to see if this is a common issue other users are experiencing...

 

Thanks 🙂

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I haven't seen that problem, but make sure when you upgraded to 9.05 you upgrade the Content Pack as well to CP9.  That looks like a call to support.

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Yes i did update to CP9, as well as raise a call to support. I just wanted to see if anyone else experienced this issue.

 

Thanks,

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I know this thread is a couple of months old...

 

I've had to on infrequent occassion a need to update (or just reinput) the user credentials scheduled flows run with on OO7.6.

 

On other servers running OO9.5/ 9.6 I have yet to do so.

 

You may also want to check under %ICONCLUDE_HOME%\Central\logs\scheduler for more detailed info

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