On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 13:10 +0100, Anssi Saari wrote:
Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com> writes:
>> I think it's the last log that has a slow sync. You're right, I
>> should've been clearer about that. I really included all in case the
>> problem happened earlier...
> And at which point did you delete the .server.ini file?
I actually just renamed the old one and the timestamp on the renamed
file is 12:31, so before the last three logs. And it was the one for
That doesn't fit what I see in the
myphone-2010-06-07-12-40/syncevolution-log.html log file. It mentions
reading map items (which is what is saved in .server.ini):
* [2010-06-07 12:40:59.088] ReadNextMapItem 7FFFFC122FE0 first=yes res=1
* [2010-06-07 12:40:59.088] read map entry (type=tempidmap):
If the .server.ini file had been renamed before that sync, no such lines
should be logged. Beware that removing that file and then doing normal
BTW, now that I looked at the last log
(myphone-2010-06-07-13-29/syncevolution-log.html), it seems notes and
addressbook went to slow sync. Just to confirm, should I remove the
.server.ini for those two only and then do a slow sync to fix things?
Yes, please. It seems that we still don't have both sides in true sync
and/or the confusion around "refresh-from-server" and .server.ini left
us in an unknown state.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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