sharepoint 2010 to Sharepoint 2013 upgrade issues

Hi,

We have sharepoint 2010 site collection running in compatiblity mode in Sharepoint 2013. When we try to upgrade to 2013 mode, we get errors in the logs. Was wondering if anyone had seen these types of errors before and what we can do to fix issue?

The upgrade fails and then then the sites appears to be half upgraded.. We then have to delete everything and re-copy database, and re-attach.

Please view attached logs.

(Renamed our domain name to contoso.com to keep confidentiality)..

Thank you in advance.
20130913-081914-75.txt
20130913-081914-75-error.txt
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trembeAuthor Commented:
We may have resolved our own problem.. We opened the site in sharepoint designer. We then did a check out and then a check in for every file it mentioned in the logs.
Example: "_catalogs/masterpage/DisplayTemplates/Search/Item_CommonHoverPanel_Header.js"

We re-ran the upgrade and it's giving errors on other files. We are in the process of doing a chkec out and check in on all the files and we will let you guys know if it worked.

Thanks,


Erik
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trembeAuthor Commented:
It worked.
The site is now fully upgraded.
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