On Thu, 2010-05-27 at 15:15 +0100, Anssi Saari wrote:
Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com> writes:
> So the next step would be to look into relevant log files to determine
> why a slow sync is triggered. This happens after a "laptop to desktop
> sync via HTTP" in the following "laptop to phone sync via
> Please send us (= syncevolution(a)lists.intel.com) the log files of these
> two syncs; you'll find them on your laptop via "syncevolution
> --print-sessions @default".
I hit the 40k limit for the list, so I put them online.
The relevant anchor mismatch in the second log is this:
[2010-05-26 20:20:03.703] Saved Last Remote Client Anchor='20100524T201719Z',
received <last> Remote Client Anchor='20100526T135147Z' (must match for
So the laptop thinks that the last sync was on May 24th, but the phone
disagrees and sends an anchor pointing towards a sync on May 26th.
Neither one nor the other anchor shows up in the "laptop to desktop" log
file, so I am unclear why laptop and phone disagree and how syncing with
the desktop affects them.
Can you grep your log files for these two strings?
grep -l -w -e 20100524T201719Z -e 20100526T135147Z \
Please also make these logs available.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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