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Events causing instability detected on AEM Instance. While deploying

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Dear community support members,

Hope you are doing well. 

I am having following Package Deployment error in AEM instance. 

We are using Gradle build tool. And during the build process the packageCompose task is successful, but packageDeploy into AEM instance is failing with following repeated console messges. 

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Checking OSGi bundles on Instance(name='azuredev-author', httpUrl='http://<ipaddress>:61006')
Checking OSGi events on Instance(name='azuredev-author', httpUrl='http://<ipaddress>:61006')
Events causing instability (1) detected on Instance(name='azuredev-author', httpUrl='http://<ipaddress>:61006'):
Event(details='org.osgi.service.component.runtime.ServiceComponentRuntime', received='<ipaddress>' id='249')

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Could you please let me know, how to solve the above issue?

I Thank you in advance. 

 

-Mahabub Ali Mohammad.

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Hi @mahabubali,

According to the Gradle AEM Plugin documentation, by default as part of packageDeploy task instanceAwait is enable. You can disable it adding following parameter package.deploy.awaited=false, so the full command could look like this:

sh gradlew packageDeploy -Ppackage.deploy.awaited=false

 Please explore Gradle AEM Plugin documentation for more details:

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Hi @mahabubali,

According to the Gradle AEM Plugin documentation, by default as part of packageDeploy task instanceAwait is enable. You can disable it adding following parameter package.deploy.awaited=false, so the full command could look like this:

sh gradlew packageDeploy -Ppackage.deploy.awaited=false

 Please explore Gradle AEM Plugin documentation for more details: