MOST times they do not load for at least 4 minutes.
Remaining times they just stop loading, and process stay pending until they timeout with a 500 server error.
I have a File Geodatabase that has some polygons in it.
Even if you’ve never written a script or scheduled a task before, it’s worth the effort to learn how because of the performance improvements you can get from using a cached map. To understand whether your frequently-changing map can still be cached, it helps to ask these questions: To summarize, if the update can keep up with the changes in an acceptable amount of time, the map is appropriate for caching.
I read through this post and it relates to some of the issues I am also experiencing.
For the fastest performance of your Arc GIS Server map services, we recommend that you use map caching wherever it’s appropriate.
Datasets contain network datasets which cannot be deleted either and I think they cause the problem. my code: import arcpy print "Preparing to begin Water Version Reconile and POST......
Arc GIS for Server 10.0 SP5 Virtual Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise 16.0 GB RAM, 4 Processors (2.00 GHz each) I am having issues with two services that I have cached as basemaps for my web applications.