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This morning I made a minor change to the corveV4.css page and once I saved the changes, I was unable to access the page. After roughly 2 or 3 minutes of trying to load I received an error on the page with a correlation ID.

I looked up the correlation ID in the ULS logs and this is what I found....how would I go about resolving this issue?

It reads:

High (correlation id) Leaving Monitored Scope (ExecuteWcfOperation:http://Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles/GetUserData).Execution Time=9240.86146568658

High (correlation id) Leaving Monitored Scope (ExecuteOnChannel:GetUserData). Execution Time=9241.39989457265

High (correlation id) UserProfileManager.GetBulkUserProfiles() Exception:Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileApplicationNotAvailableException: Tread was being aborted. at Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles. ProfilesDBCacheServiceClient. GetUserData

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After refreashing the Intranet page this is the following errors I am receiving...hopefully you can read this...

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If you undo the change, does the error go away? What is the exact change that you made? –  LCountee Apr 17 '13 at 13:20
    
no. I changed the font color for the .ms-vb a:visited and did the undo thing. Unfortunately it didn't work. –  sharepointaaron Apr 17 '13 at 13:27
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  1. Check in IIS that sharepoints application pools are started.

  2. In Central Administration, Navigate to "Manage services on server" and check that "User Profile service" is started

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Rob all of the SP app pools are started other than the SharePoint Web Services Root. –  sharepointaaron Apr 17 '13 at 13:30
    
Good, how about the User Profile Service? –  Robert Lindgren Apr 17 '13 at 13:32
    
Yes the UPS is started. We have been using that for awhile. I did make a change in AD to a user extention this morning and then ran the UPS synchronization timer job in Central Admin. Im thinking that maybe part of the issue b/c the last logs has a High item about the "UserProfiles/GetUserData.Execution Time" –  sharepointaaron Apr 17 '13 at 13:40
    
Have you tried making a full sync of the user profile service? Sometimes when you change user properties it's needed to do a full sync –  Robert Lindgren Apr 17 '13 at 13:47
    
I just completed a full sync. It didnt fix anything. Could I just created a new UPS application? I think the UPS app that was created before I joined the company a few months ago was not set up correctly. –  sharepointaaron Apr 17 '13 at 13:57
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