I had a problem like this over a year ago. There was a process that kept running at 20% and getting hung. We had to keep killing that process for the installer to keep continuing. Check your running processes and see if it's the same issue.
I forgot to mention, depending on the server resources, it can take a couple of hours or more to install content. But I thought it would give you a message as each one was installed.
Can we see what the content is within the content_install_log file, maybe we can tell where it is.
I ran into a similar issue with an earlier version of the install. Confirm the temporary Content install directory you provide exists and you can successfully acquire credentials for the user supplied (can confirm this using blcred from a nsh shell).
1. This is a dedicated BSA Server. We rebooted the server just to make sure the cache is clean, heap space is available and no processes are running. I double checked the list of processes. Looks clean to me and the system admin at the client site.
2. It's been over 3 hours and no progress - tried both silent mode and GUI mode. Same status after 3 hours of each run.
3. The content_install_log file doesn't contain more than 50 lines. I checked and found no error messages. I can get the log file and post the content later.
can you select one compliance ( PCI for WIndows) and install ?
What about the performance when you login through console?
/usr/bin was not in the front of the PATH variable. Sean Berry helped us figure out the issue.