On Tue, 2010-06-01 at 22:15 +0100, Anssi Saari wrote:
20100518T125405Z-11480-1000-1-287(a)R500.localdomain-rid20100617T090000Z-1 = 0
20100518T125405Z-11480-1000-1-287(a)R500.localdomain-rid20100618T090000Z-1 = 0
These two entries are at least suspicious: they don't have the ID of the
phone, only a 0 flag value. Or they are left-overs from the time when
SyncEvolution did not properly handle entries without remote ID.
20100528T143337Z-14123-1000-14112-0@dorkstar-rid-1 = 0
20100528T143337Z-14123-1000-14112-0@dorkstar-rid-2 = #9 0
I don't know how to read this - Lukas, can you help?
ID on the server is the same
(20100528T143337Z-14123-1000-14112-0@dorkstar-rid). ident is "1" for the
first line, "2" for the second. No phone ID for the first one, "#9"
Does this make sense?
Anssi, can start from scratch by wiping out .server.ini, then doing a
"refresh-from-server" with the phone? Then keep all logs (maxlogdirs=0)
at loglevel=3 for the phone, because it is a bit uncertain when the root
cause of the problem strikes.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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