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Batch Apex Error: Unable to write to any of the ACS stores in the alloted time.

I have a managed package that runs batch apex every night for those that install it.  I pushed a fix to those orgs the other evening via push upgrades.  Now 2 customers who didn't have any problems before threw exceptions.

 

It sounds like the Apex Scheduler might be having issues - is that the likely issue or is it possible there's something funky with my code?

 

Upon further review, there was another error just prior to this one:

 

Developer script exception from Oceaneering International, Inc. : 'chttrunfollow.UnfollowQueueDelayRecordsBatch' : Unable to write to any of the cursor stores in the alloted time

 

Error message:

Developer script exception from Oceaneering International, Inc. : 'chttrunfollow.UnfollowQueueDelayRecordsBatch' : Unable to write to any of the ACS stores in the alloted time.

 

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JA-DevJA-Dev

I saw that same error on the night of 2/11/2011 and I think it had to do with the maintenance upgrade that happened that night. That particular instance was scheduled for the upgrade and I only saw that error on that night. Also, a similar job ran fine on that night at a different instance that was not scheduled for maintenance.

 

We did receive notifications from Salesforce though regarding to this upgrade (instances impacted, date/time of upgrade, etc). 

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JA-DevJA-Dev

I saw that same error on the night of 2/11/2011 and I think it had to do with the maintenance upgrade that happened that night. That particular instance was scheduled for the upgrade and I only saw that error on that night. Also, a similar job ran fine on that night at a different instance that was not scheduled for maintenance.

 

We did receive notifications from Salesforce though regarding to this upgrade (instances impacted, date/time of upgrade, etc). 

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jdk4702jdk4702

Thanks JA - hopefully it's a temporary error during release hours.