Had some time today to upgrade my lab to SP1, and thought it worth a quick post here about my experience.
For many people SP1 will be the first update applied to Project Server and SharePoint 2010, so with up to a year or more of production use it’s very possible that some features / solutions have been installed and removed which might cause some problems for the SP1 install.
In my case on my development lab this was most certainly the case with literally dozens of (often half developed) solutions in various states of deployment!
So in this case you may have the configuration Wizard fail after SP1 setup with a message like this:
Upgrade Timer job is exiting due to exception: Microsoft.SharePoint.Upgrade.SPUpgradeException: Upgrade completed with errors. Review the upgrade log file located in C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14LOGSUpgrade-20110701-160359-545.log. The number of errors and warnings is listed at the end of the upgrade log file.
Digging into the log mentioned reveals something like:
[ERROR] [7/1/2011 4:17:20 PM]: The feature with Id d67567a3-4946-412f-9428-1ca6061a5189 is referenced in the database [WSS_Content], but is not installed on the current farm. The missing feature may cause upgrade to fail.
(A very helpful and surprisingly accurate message)
The problem as you can see is a missing feature, however using the standard PowerShell get-SPFeature commands don’t reveal anything. This is due to the solution already being uninstalled (or perhaps never installed in the case of a migrated database). Fortunately there is a solution:
- Phil Childs at get-spscripts.com –
Thanks Phil, using the provided scripts I was quickly able to identify and remove the offending feature. Once done a rerun of the PSCONFIG wizard (in my case using the command line “PSCONFIG –cmd upgrade –inplace b2b”) completes without errors.
Hope that helps someone else out there.