Most issues with incomplete imports are caused by insufficient timeout settings in the server. When a timeout is reached while import is ongoing, the server returns an error like 500 internal server error. To verify if this issue is really caused by timeouts, you can check in the browser console (like Firebug) while the downloading and importing posts is still ongoing (it will return 500 internal error in AJAX response). Or you can view in server logs regarding the exact error that is returned when it get stucked while importing.
If this issue is caused by server timeouts, you might want to increase timeouts to complete this process. To do this, it depends on what type of server/PHP configuration is used.
If your server is Apache, you need to check if you have sufficient timeout assigned. Usually this is Apache 'Timeout' directive: hidden link
We recommend to start setting at 300.
Once all are set properly, restart your Apache server and then reset the site again. Go to Manage sites -> Reset. Then repeat the import. If its still stucked on step 2. Please provide your WordPress login details and we will check this issue directly in your test site. I have set your next reply as private so you can enter these credentials securely. Please let me know how it goes. Thanks 🙂
I also wanted to install Classifieds with Layouts via Toolset Framework Installer, but every time I try it falls when Downloading and importing Posts and Images because of timeout error. I use webhosting so my options are limited. I have added WP_MEMORY_LIMIT and WP_TIME_LIMIT as shown above, but still not working. Is there any other possible way how to install it?