On Fr, 2011-07-29 at 17:39 +0200, Jelle de Jong wrote:
On 29-07-11 14:51, Jelle de Jong wrote:
> I was able to do an initial caldav sync! Yeah!, but the carddav fails
> please see the pastebin: http://paste.debian.net/124487/
> Am I doing something wrong?
During more testing I figured out syncevolution is capable of deleting
the complete addressbook resources from the davical server when
something goes "wrong" with the syncs.
Well, you grant it read/write access, so yes, it certainly is capable to
wreck havoc. It shouldn't of course :-/
I guess the [INFO @carddav] @carddav/addressbook: deleting <> removes
the complete addressbook....
This could be a follow-up error from the previous ETag error.
Can you send me all your carddav logs, both for the sync and target
config, and for all sessions? I'd like to have a look to figure out how
it could have gone wrong like that.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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