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There are two issues that might cause the original question: 1. the soc account does not have access; 2. there are too many of the files Please make sure that the tiffs are located where the soc account has access to-> republish the service->delete the cache folder ->recreate the cache You can try with all the tiffs in one map document. Also recreate ...
I also had the same problem. Sometimes you can not restart the machine. You can "fix" this problem if you set "create tiles on demand" (in ArcGIS Server) Also you can use tool "manage map server cache" (if you have ArcMap). Here you can select layers for generating cache.
I had the same problem, the only solution that I found was to recreate the MXD, it's probably that you have a layer definition or symbology problem. Try recreating the MXD and try republishing the service.
how about a virtual path definition for the map services cache? I think it would require some crazy intervention using IIS, .net, and possible Apache modifications at version 10.1. I would try increasing the instances available for the map service and try to utilize the same rest/soap endpoints in the application you are consuming these services from. I am ...
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