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Sql Reporting Services 503 Service Unavailable

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0 Sign in to vote We built our prod server [vm] with SQL Server 2008 R2 on Server 2008 R2. It works nicely. Then we ssrs 2016 http error 503. the service is unavailable made a copy of the VM and renamed it (so our test environment would be IDENTICAL to production). After that, SSRS was broken: I get "HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable." I can't connect via http, or SSMS. We have tried: *Running SSRS config tool (several times) * Running ssrs 2014 http error 503. the service is unavailable with/without the IIS Server Role *Dropping & recreating the SSRS keys *Recreating the ReportServer database, etc *Checking all of the accounts, permissions, etc *Running SQL Repair *Going through the registry to fix any references to the machine's old name *Uninstalling, reinstalling SSRS *Completely uninstallingALL of the parts of SQL Server 2008 R2, deleting all directories, removing references to SQL Server from the registry, rebooting, reinstalling everything. None of this has worked. SSRS [R2] is still 503 on our test box. Oddly, the SSRS [NT] service seems to run, without error. The Event Viewer doesn't seem to be recording any errors. The SSRS logs say that the default URL is wrong, but we get the same error in Prod, and Prod works fine. The other SQL Logs say something about not being able to contact the service. However, as I said, the [NT] service seems to be working fine. Othe

2014 by Rob StGeorge / 5 Comments Symptoms Unable to connect to SSRS via SSMS or via URL/Browser. Reporting Services gives this

Ssrs 2014 Service Unavailable

error SSRS error HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable. Error ssrs 2016 service unavailable in SSMS Unable to connect to the server at SERVERNAME. The specified URL might not be valid or

Ssrs The Url Has Already Been Reserved

there might be a problem with the report server version or configuration Error in SSRS logs e ERROR: Failed to register url=https://:445/ReportServer/ for endpoint 2, error=20. How to resolve https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/dfd21c3f-f8c9-469f-a5d0-c7bb34fa99a2/ssrs-2008-r2-http-error-503-the-services-is-unavailable-after-server-rename?forum=sqlreportingservices this error After hours of research and trying different things this was eventually solved by 1./ Removing all the urls for webservice and report manager url in Reporting Services Configuration Manager. 2./ Manually editing the rsreportserver.config file and removing any entries between the [url] tags (there were some not being cleaned up properly ) 3./ Restarting the SSRS http://www.dbafire.com/2014/05/05/ssrs-error-http-error-503-the-service-is-unavailable/ service, and readding the URL's with a fresh port number ( I had already tried changing port numbers earlier with no success) This solved the issue. Please note IIS also existed on this server. Let me know if this helps you! Rob StGeorge Senior SQL Server Database Administrator residing in Auckland, NZ View all posts by Rob StGeorge → Post navigation Older postHow to avoid SPAM on your websitesNewer postHow to make a stored procedure (or other sql code) run multiple times at exactly the same time You might also like 5 Comments Gerald says: January 14, 2016 at 1:30 pm not working even after removing URL Reply Gerald says: January 14, 2016 at 1:31 pm Plz help me fix this issue.. I tried restarting of IIS and removing URL tags…etc..but no luck. Plz send any solution to my gmail KJGERALD@GMAIL.COM Reply Rob StGeorge says: January 14, 2016 at 7:45 pm Let me know if you figure it out, would be great to share all solutions. Reply Talluridba says: January 27, 201

you are prompted for authentication, or else you see the following error: HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable. https://portal.smartertools.com/kb/a2619/http-error-503_-the-service-is-unavailable.aspx This error is usually caused by SQL Server's Reporting Services sharing either the same port number or host header as SmarterTrack. In order to resolve this issue http://dyslexicanaboko.blogspot.com/2014/06/service-unavailable-http-error-503.html please do the following: Click Start --> All Programs --> SQL Server 200* --> Configuration Tools --> Reporting Services Configuration Manager If stopped, click Start on sql reporting the Report Server. Click on Report Manager URL, and then click the Advanced button. Select the current IP address for Report Manager then click Edit. Change the TCP Port to an available port number that SmarterTrack is not running on, then click OK. Click OK, and then Exit. Learn more about the sql reporting services SmarterTrack online help desk and how you can improve your overall customer service. Article ID: 2619, Created: January 13, 2013 at 7:39 PM, Modified: February 18 at 1:25 PM Feedback Add Feedback How is this KB applied if the SQL server and the web server are on separate windows servers? What if we never configured a report server and we were getting reports? Jeremy Wesley (February 19, 2015 at 8:08 AM) Reply to this Feedback Add Feedback Was this article helpful? Yes No Thanks for your feedback... 80% of people found this helpful. Share this articleFacebookGoogle+TwitterOther Social Networks × Share With OthersBlinkListBlogmarksdel.icio.usDiggDiigoFacebookFriendFeedGoogle+LinkedInNetvouzNewsVineRedditStumbleUponTumblrTwitterYahoo BookmarksCancelPrint Help Desk Software powered by SmarterTrack 12.2 © 2003-2016 SmarterTools Inc. By using this site, you are accepting cookies to store user state and login information. × Forgot Login Trouble logging in? Simply enter your email address OR username in order to reset your password. For faster and more reliable delivery, add noreply@smartertools.com to

obscure mess Introduction Wow... another error message that tells you NOTHING! This error message reads: Service Unavailable: HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable. I need to start off by saying that 503 errors can happen for a potpourri of reasons. This is by no means a silver bullet or all encompassing solution, this is for a very specific scenario which is very vague, frustrating, infuriating and both an obscure problem & gotcha! This error will be going into my "Application Errors Hall of Shame". When you have a 503 error chances are your application isn't going to even break on a break point. Sometimes this is due to code blowing up prematurely before Page_Load is even reached, other times it can be windows taking a crap, in which case a restart can fix that. Then there are problems like this one. I was scouring google for an answer about this problem, when I found a very striking similarity that my problem had with a post I found. We had the exact same problem and the folder name involved was not a coincidence, it couldn't be - it was too exact. On to the stupid problem! The Stupid Problem When I would try to access my reports folder from my application I was met with the above 503 error for no obvious reasons I could think of. Example: http://myApplication/Reports/someReport.aspx Keep your focus on the fact that I have a folder named "Reports". I tried the following until I found the solution: Added a dummy file (test.txt) to the directory and tried to access it - did not work Reset permissions on the folder - did not work Removed site and application pool from IIS - did not work Made a copy of the directory and changed the name - it worked??? Why? This indicates that there is a conflict on that virtual directory. When I checked IIS, I did not see this directory listed anywhere. WTF? The Jaw Dropping Answer to the Stupid Problem So... Do you have SSRS installed on the machine where you are having this problem? If you do have SSRS installed on your machine, move to the next section. If you do not - I can't promise I have an answer for you, but I can give you some hints - go to the last s


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