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Sharepoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 inplace upgrade is not supported. I'd try to carve out a separate server for the time being in order to install SharePoint 2013 and pull over your content databases after you create a farm. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee617150.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396
Might be long back you have asked this but future reference purpose, I had same issue couple of weeks back, turned out to be that I had more than 20 sub sites. To resolve change the default "Maximum number of dynamic items to show within this level of navigation:" to 30 on the site collection. This worked for me. Had same issue for me. Try this. For me this ...
When you attempt to run your app can you look at the rest of the message in the output window. For me I had some things missing or named wrongly in my Elements.xml file. I named 1 of my properties "Title" but it did not like that, maybe as it was ambiguous. I also had to add a WebDisplayName to my property as I had the WebBrowsable property set to true. ...
Seems like a problem many run into when upgrading Project Server 2013 to SP1 without upgrading SharePoint. Solution seems to be to upgrade SharePoint 2013 to SP1
You will want to check all your Mount Points at Administrative Tools >> Computer Management >> Disk Management. In some circumstances, the volumes where the LDF and MDF files are stored, may be significantly less than expected. Therefore, the solution will be the increase the storage for the particular drives, at least during the attach and detach process. ...
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