On Wed, 2010-05-26 at 18:54 +0100, Anssi Saari wrote:
Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com> writes:
> If you want other clients to synchronize against your local Evolution
> data, then don't set "--source-property type" when adding the new
> to the server's config. This is not explained in detail because I am not
> entirely sure about the use case - perhaps starting a sync on a client
> which cannot be reached via Bluetooth?
I'm not sure if I read you again. Did I do a weird thing now when I
configured the syncevolution http server on my desktop to use my
Evolution data directly on the desktop?
Not at all. The unusual part is the attempt to also run SyncEvolution as
client on the same machine.
It seems to work somewhat at
least. I think it's a handy way to update my desktop's Evolution to
the latest from my laptop and vice versa. But if it's weird somehow,
maybe I need a more detailed explanations on how I can keep my phone,
laptop and desktop in sync? I now sync the phone with my laptop over
bluetooth and laptop and desktop over my home net.
That should be okay.
There is some weirdness with my current setup, though. It seems a
laptop-phone sync after a laptop-desktop sync (with changes) always
has an anchor mismatch with the phone for the datastore that had
changes and goes into slow sync and basically refuses to update
anything on the phone. The really confusing thing to me is that the
way to get out of this situation is to specifically ask for a slow
sync for that datastore.
Just to ensure that I got it right, HTTP server is on the desktop, HTTP
client for that server on the laptop, and in addition, the laptop
contacts the phone via Bluetooth?
I'm surprised that you get warnings about slow syncs for the
laptop->phone case. The slow sync detection only works for SyncML
clients, not for SyncML servers (as in the Bluetooth case).
So I guess I'm not really quite setup correctly yet, but it's
Can you quote the output of "syncevolution --quiet" for each of your
configs (laptop client config on desktop, laptop client config on
laptop, phone client config on laptop)?
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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