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BITS Cleanup Task

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

BITS (Background Intelligent Transfer Service) Server limits the number of upload sessions that can exist concurrently for a user. If the number of sessions for a user is more than this limit, Task Scheduler is triggered to perform the BITS Cleanup task. Task Scheduler scans the directory and keeps the first number of sessions it encounters. When the number of encountered sessions equals the configured limit, the rest are deleted. By default, Task Scheduler is set to clean up every 12 hours, an interval that can be configured by the administrator.

 

Events

Event ID Source Message

1

BITS Server Extensions

Cleanup

2

BITS Server Extensions

The job %2 was successfully deleted from the virtual directory %1.

3

BITS Server Extensions

An unexpected error %2 occurred while Cleanup was running on the virtual directory %1. Try running Cleanup again later.

4

BITS Server Extensions

BITS has encountered %2 error while deleting the job %1 from the virtual directory %3.

5

BITS Server Extensions

BITS has encountered %2 error while scanning the virtual directory %1. The directory might not be available now. Try running Cleanup again later.

6

BITS Server Extensions

BITS has encountered %2 error while deleting the directory %1. Another program might be accessing this directory or there might be network problems. Run Cleanup again later.

7

BITS Server Extensions

BITS has encountered %2 error while deleting the file %1. Another program might be accessing this file or there might be network problems. Run Cleanup again later.

25

BITS Server Extensions

An exception occurred while running the cleanup task for the virtual directory %2. Exception: %1

Related Management Information

BITS Server

BITS Infrastructure

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