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Old 04-15-2014, 09:28 AM
danielh danielh is online now
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1) Make sure that you have the latest version of Visual Build installed.
At the moment, we have not opportunity to install a new version, because the VMs are stateless

2) Uncheck Tools | User Options | Display | Automatically refresh panes during build.
Is unset

3) Make sure that Tools | Application Options | Advanced | Maximum step output macro length is not set to 0 and is less than 10,000,000 (the default is 1,048,576).
Is set to default

4) Build with the console app instead of the GUI app.
To manage some builds manually, we need the GUI

5) Stop anti-virus software on the build machine or add an exclusion for Visual Build to its active scanning.
No AV is running

6) Disable Windows Update (and run manually).
Is disabled

7) Ensure the host computer's storage system is optimized to minimize disk queue (one user reconfigured RAID so that it became faster and hanging disappeared).
Whats does this mean?

8) Increase the amount of RAM on the machine and/or VM guest.
The VMs each one has 3GB of RAM, should be enough

9) Repair or reinstall Windows, preferably Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 or later.
The VMs are stateless. After restart VM, all would be the old state
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