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#1 Ulf

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Posted 01 December 2010 - 12:37 PM

Hi

I've come across an odd workflow/problem with regards to 'Check Update'.

My setup:
MBPro i7, 8GB RAM, OSX 10.6.5
Accordance 9.1

1. I did a 'Check Updates' and it told me at there were 33 updates.
2. I clicked 'Download' and waited until all were downloaded.
3. I clicked Install, and Accordance flickered about 7 times.
4. The attached screenshot showed up.
Attached File  partially_successful.jpg   33.89KB   33 downloads
5. I searched the documentation and forum for 'partially successful', 'update', and 'upgrade', but came up blank, hence this post.

I 'solved' it by checking for updates and downloading 3 at a time. It took a long time, but was finally done. Perhaps there was a 10 at a time limit, but didn't want to experiment.

I hope this can be of some use to someone.

All the best.

Ulf

#2 Brent Lawrence

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Posted 01 December 2010 - 03:02 PM

Hi

I've come across an odd workflow/problem with regards to 'Check Update'.

My setup:
MBPro i7, 8GB RAM, OSX 10.6.5
Accordance 9.1

1. I did a 'Check Updates' and it told me at there were 33 updates.
2. I clicked 'Download' and waited until all were downloaded.
3. I clicked Install, and Accordance flickered about 7 times.
4. The attached screenshot showed up.
Attached File  partially_successful.jpg   33.89KB   33 downloads
5. I searched the documentation and forum for 'partially successful', 'update', and 'upgrade', but came up blank, hence this post.

I 'solved' it by checking for updates and downloading 3 at a time. It took a long time, but was finally done. Perhaps there was a 10 at a time limit, but didn't want to experiment.

I hope this can be of some use to someone.

All the best.

Ulf


I had the same issue as well. Ended up doing no more than 5-6 modules at a time and they finished successfully.




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