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Good day, I am trying to deploy SP site collection from development server to live but noticed I had issues with User Profiles so I deleted and in the process of creating another User Profile Service Application using Powershell, It returned this error 'New-SpProfileServiceApplication : Timeout expired .' as shown in the attached. Error Message I've searched and all options don't seem to work. Urgent help needed please.

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  • Does your server and SQL server meet the minimum specification for SharePoint? The error suggests that it simply isn't able to complete the action in a normal amount of time. Dec 7, 2020 at 21:33
  • Yes they do. It's a live server like I said. There are a number of services running on it. The SQL server is a cluster though Dec 8, 2020 at 3:46
  • Have you considered giving the user profile service it's own application pool? Dec 8, 2020 at 9:54
  • Yes I have. But it returns the same error. Dec 8, 2020 at 10:21
  • Is there anything in the ULS logs? Dec 8, 2020 at 10:26

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Thanks to all that contributed. I will drop the solution in case there is someone who needs it.

USER PROFILE SERVICE CREATION TIMEOUT ISSUES:

STEP 1: To delete User Profile service Application

  1. Get-SPServiceApplication --> This gives a list of service apps
  2. Copy the particular id of the app to be deleted
  3. $todel = Get-SPServiceApplication 00a368c9-21d5-4ba4-b03a-fe76c7960bd9
  4. $todel.Delete()

STEP 2*: Get faulty timer jobs that have been orphaned after deleting User Profile Service Application

  1. Get-SPTimerJob | ? { $_.DisplayName -eq $null }| select Id --> This list the id of all orphaned jobs

  2. Pick the id's one by one and pass into a variable as it is below(N.B: you can have multiple line, copy and paste at once)

$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob d8b33cf4-39c4-49ca-8a02-67d77138f3e1
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  871b7272-ccde-4556-a142-d2c8b7e8223f
$FaultyJob.Delete()$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  384a4284-e55c-4e48-bb44-2d822f78c751
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  deebdfff-eb31-493d-854e-319ca3f27293
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  fe19f397-1dbf-412b-86bb-cb7e03a33cc2
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob 9aea80a1-f921-40b2-8383-90c9ee79fdec
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  5f129a1e-fb18-49ab-8cc6-6a0b480b7c08
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  577f08cb-40bc-4649-8a31-07605e177ab8
$FaultyJob.Delete()
$FaultyJob = Get-SPTimerJob  5f129a1e-fb18-49ab-8cc6-6a0b480b7c08
$FaultyJob.Delete()

STEP 3:

  1. Check all servers in the farm to confirm they are all up and running
  2. Start all services on the servers. To start, Central Administration > Manage services on this server

STEP 4

  1. Launch the configuration wizard.

Voila! you have the user profile service application created.

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