AllocationTimedout: Desired number of dedicated nodes could not be allocated as the resize timeout was reached.

SJ Yap 11 Reputation points
2021-03-05T16:31:49.257+00:00

Hi, I've tried to add image from market place to my Pool in my batch services, but having this error appear in the pool: AllocationTimedout: Desired number of dedicated nodes could not be allocated as the resize timeout was reached.

This happened to the dedicated nodes but not the low priority nodes, as I'm able to start the low priority nodes in my pool but always having the above error messages when I try the system trying to start the dedicated nodes. I've try so many times but the results still the same.

My problem is different from the following link as I'm trying to use the image from the marketplace instead of custom image.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/azurebatch/thread/88239838-5870-4002-9170-482d52417b9b/

Please provide some insights or how to troubleshoot this problem.

Thanks in advanced.

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  1. risolis 8,706 Reputation points
    2022-05-28T19:37:22.067+00:00

    Hello @SJ Yap

    Thank you for your post.

    On my humble opinion, I would suggest to review the next point below:

    -check your timeout or resize it
    -Not enough core quota or you reach the quota limit
    -Not enough IP allocation on your Vnet
    -Check if you have the right role assignment for the accurate resource provider

    Looking forward to your feedback,

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