Rake aborted!

Hi all,
I got an error when i try to run the rack task
Error
“Rake aborted
Execution expired”

anyone guide me.

Thanks & Regards,

RAFI…,

On 9 March 2011 10:55, seeni khan [email protected] wrote:

Hi all,
I got an error when i try to run the rack task
Error
“Rake aborted
Execution expired”

You will have to give us a few more clues. Which OS are you using?
Which versions of Ruby and Rails? Does rake go away for a long time
before showing the error (how long)? Try adding the --trace option to
rake to see if you get any useful information. If that does not help
post the exact command you are entering and the full text of what
happens.

Colin

Hi ,
I am using ubuntu linux os and rails version 3.0.3,ruby version 1.8.7
and
i cant trace it because if i gave rake -T --trace command
again it throws the same error

On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 4:47 PM, Colin L. [email protected]
wrote:

before showing the error (how long)? Try adding the --trace option to
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On 9 March 2011 11:33, seeni khan [email protected] wrote:

Hi ,
I am using ubuntu linux os and rails version 3.0.3,ruby version 1.8.7 and
i cant trace it because if i gave rake -T --trace command
again it throws the same error

Please don’t top post, it makes it difficult to follow the thread and
makes it easy for you to forget to answer some of the questions (see
below). Insert your reply at appropriate points in the previous
message. Thanks.

You will have to give us a few more clues. Which OS are you using?
Which versions of Ruby and Rails? Does rake go away for a long time
before showing the error (how long)?

You have not answered this.

Try adding the --trace option to
rake to see if you get any useful information. If that does not help
post the exact command you are entering and the full text of what
happens.

You have not told us the exact command you are entering. If it
happens with all rake commands you should tell us that.
You say above that even with --trace you get absolutely nothing on the
terminal except execution expired? Not even a reply showing which
folder it is in?

Colin

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