I have a fairly big assembly, for which I have created an instruction set in Illustrate. The file weighs 450MB but it's fine, it works well. I also added several 3d symbols and some 2d symbols.
1. Publishing takes a lot of time in general.
What gets published always is all the symbols, whether they are used in the figures chosen for publish or not, the manifest and an .en file and the figures themselves.
It doesn't make a big difference how many figures I publish, it appears most of the publishing time is being consumed by whatever the worker does extra.
The output file it not big - around 30MB + about 1-2MB per figure
2. Some illustrations cause the worker to get stuck at either 5 or 33% of progress. Here's the messages window SS:
3. Publishing a few dozen of illustrations is kind of impossible. I need to split the export into pieces...Doesn't hurt me at the moment cause I extract PDFs anyway but it shouldn't fail...I got an error a couple of times, when it happens again I'll damp it.
Is there anything I can do to amend the issues?
It appears there's a problem with a model and it breakes the worker. Removing the model fixes the issue.
What's weird is that removing a single illustration in which some items within the model are present in Item list fixes the issue as well.