Every morning several of my dashboard elements show ‘The Pipeline has been stopped.’ and the page requires a manual refresh. Has anyone run into this before? I’ve never actually seen this error in posh before, and I can’t figure out if it’s UD-specific or not.
This is probably due to ide timeout.
Try adding a meta refresh in your header with UDHelmet to reload the page every 20 ish minutes.
As far as i know, there is currently no way to increase the timeout .
@adam correct me if i’m wrong?
Whats the use case? If we’re talking info screens you could use UD-Helmet to set Meta refresh on the page?
Should refresh the site clientside and renegotiate the timeout.
I’ll give this a shot, thanks!
Quick update on this – I’ve been keeping an eye on this dashboard throughout the day and now random endpoints will show this error message every 15-30 minutes.
Refreshing the page fixes the problem, but the purpose is to have this running on a TV 24/7
That’s weird. This exception usually happens when you force stop a script. Can you enable UD logging to see if there is anything helpful in there?
Hey all, sorry to bring this one back from the dead.
I moved away from Invoke-SQLCmd and started using Invoke-SQLCmd2. This resolve the issue entirely