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If you use the Windows service panel (services.msc) to start the JobScheduler service then please note:

  • Windows expects a service to be started within 30s.
    • Normally, this is enough time for the JobScheduler to start.
    • It is possible that the Windows service panel displays the status paused when the JobScheduler requires more time to start.
      • This could result in an error message such as: Error 1053: The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion
      • Wait some seconds and refresh the Windows services dialog. In many cases after some more seconds the JobScheduler service moves to the status running.
  • If the JobScheduler service continues to be paused then please check the file ./logs/scheduler.log for the root cause.
    • A common reason is that the JobScheduler runs into problems when trying to establish the database connection.
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