schedengine.exe - Unexpected Error RRS feed

  • Question

  • Within ULS logs of Project Server 2013 on July 2014 CU.

    During timesheet submission every Thursday and Friday, found thousands and thousands of lines repeating the same error:

    08/28/2014 12:53:47.80  schedengine.exe (0x1688)                 0x367C Project Server                 Project Calculation Service (N) azl7 Unexpected Failed assertion in IFRETag(MapPIDs(1,&pid, &iCol), "SetData:mapping failed", ASSERTTAG('azl7')) at line 317 of file "project\project\engine\psicntsave.c"; HRESULT:8c01000f SessionID = {1FB92479-5D2E-E411-942C-005056AA0053} 53cbb29c-f7ac-e0a9-f85c-b2433adc8567

    This error was still apparent after applying August 2014 server patch.

    Any one also finding the same error?

    Thursday, August 28, 2014 3:21 AM

All replies

  • Its appears that the issue occurs due to Project Calculation Service.

    What is your Project Server patch level?

    Is it a workflow controlled projects?

    Do you have workflow controlled custom fields?

    Open a command prompt PowerShell.
    1. Execute: Get-SPProjectPCSSettings - ServiceApplication 'Project Server Application Service'. You should see the value of the parameter: RequestTimeLimits 30,000.
    2.Executer: Set-SPProjectPCSSettings - ServiceApplication "Project Server Service Application" - RequestTimeLimits 300000, to 300,000 (5min)
    3.Executer an IISreset
    4 Run a restart service: Microsoft Project Server Calculation Service 2013.

    Cheers. Happy troubleshooting !!! Sriram E - MSFT Enterprise Project Management

    Thursday, August 28, 2014 9:24 AM
  • Hi Sriram,

    Patch level for Project Server is 15.0.4639.1000 (August 2014 CU)

    It is not a workflow controlled project.

    The only workflow controlled Enterprise custom fields are the "Sample" ones shipped with Project Server.

    > Get-SPProjectPCSSettings -ServiceApplication 'Project Service Application'

    MaximumIdleWorkersCount : 5
    MaximumWorkersCount     : 200
    EditingSessionTimeout   : 900000
    MaximumSessionsPerUser  : 25
    CachePersistence        : 604800000
    MinimumMemoryRequired   : 250000000
    RequestTimeLimits       : 30000
    ResponseSizeLimits      : 2147483647
    MaximumProjectSize      : 2147483647

    This is a similar post recommending to bump up the RequestTimeLimits higher than the default. I will give this a try and report back, can only do it outside of business hours.

    Thank you.

    • Edited by Vincent Ha Friday, August 29, 2014 1:13 AM
    Friday, August 29, 2014 12:40 AM