Appfabric cache client error – ErrorCode:SubStatus:There is a temporary failure.

Posted: February 22, 2011 in Appfabric
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Exception:ErrorCode<ERRCA0017>:SubStatus<ES0006>:There is a temporary failure.
Please retry later. (One or more specified Cache servers are unavailable, which could be caused by busy network or servers. Ensure that security permission has been granted for this client account on the cluster and that the AppFabric Caching Service is allowed through the firewall on all cache hosts.
Retry later.)

If you are configuring appfabric cache client (local cache) & run into above exception,make sure that you have granted permission to the account using Grant-CacheAllowedClientAccount command from windows powershell .For running Caching Administration Windows PowerShell , you must right-click the shortcut and select Run as administrator.

Grant-CacheAllowedClientAccount Anupama_roy

After this,start the cluster using ‘Start-CacheCluster’ command

It took some time for me to figure out what went wrong when my application threw this exception.Hope this saves your time!

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Comments
  1. Sudarsan says:

    How to provide the Grant permission for Local System in powershell? For instance I’m using Grant-CacheAllowedClientAccount -Account “Local System” and it throws exception. Any help would be appreciated.

  2. Anupama says:

    Syntax is like this for eg :
    Grant-CacheAllowedClientAccount Anupama_roy

    In your case you should give your Account Name instead of Anupama_roy in eg.If you are not sure about the name,open Control Panel from the Start menu, and then double click User Accounts
    ->Manage User Accounts,there you should find the name of account.

    For more information on user accounts,take a look at this article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/279783

    Hope this helps.

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