Job Storage Location

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  1. Sean
    Sean avatar
    9 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2012

    Posted 26 Apr 2018 Link to this post

    I am constantly getting the following message in my event logs from the ExectionManagerService


    [03/28 20:00:07,Telerik.TestStudio.ExecutionManagerService.exe(3900:99),Execution] JobRunner.RunJobAsync() : Check if test list is available at project location. Consider cleaning Job storage!
    [03/28 20:00:07,Telerik.TestStudio.ExecutionManagerService.exe(3900:99),Execution] JobRunner.RunJobAsync() : Job storage location: C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Telerik\TestStudio\Scheduler\ScheduleStorage


    However when I go to look for the location the folder does not exist.  I was under the impression that the Job Storage location was actually




    Is there a way to resolve this incorrect location it thinks my Jobs are being stored in?  WHen I get this error my remote and scheduled execution does not run. 


  2. Elena
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    1214 posts

    Posted 01 May 2018 Link to this post

    Hello Sean,

    Thank you for reaching us out. 

    The Job storage location is a default one and could not be modified. Although the log file points to that location it may be different based on the setup you have. What other locations may be occupied you could read in this article

    Anyways, the reason for the tests to not run isn't actually that message you have noticed - it is more as a result of a stuck job that hadn't finished and therefore prevent the setup to work as expected. To fix that you could perform the following steps: 
    1. Open the Results tab in Test Studio and then Manage Results window. Delete any entries which do not have end time (if applicable).
    2. Exit Test Studio and the Test Runner on any machines in your setup.
    3. Open Services on the machine which host the Scheduling server and restart the Telerik services  
    4. Start Test Studio and the Test Runners, connect the project to the Scheduling service and try to run a sample test list.

    Additionally I would like to inform you that with our latest release 2018.1 we had implemented a test list property to prevent such unfinished jobs to stuck - this is the RunnerResponceTimeout  and it will terminate the execution if there is no response for the set amount of time. 

    I hope this information will be helpful to you. Though in case of further questions please let me know! Thanks! 

    Elena Tsvetkova
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