On Fri, 2009-12-04 at 11:17 +0000, Stefano Maffulli wrote:
The weird thing is that in myFUNAMBOL table there are two events, but
SyncEvolution backup dirs I find only one. After a slow sync there are 5
unnamed events in the database and 3 in the dir
We're investigating further, but we still haven't found a way to
reproduce. Did anybody notice anything like this before?
No, never heard of this before. My recommendation is to enable a high
"maxlogdir" setting and then analyze the logs to figure out where the
events occurred for the first time.
On the other hand, you seem to have a situation where they are produced
already, so the log in backup/SyncEvolution-funambol-2009-12-04-09-57/
should tell you whether it was the client or the server who created the
BTW, is there any way to count the total number of events stored in
The statistics printed by SyncEvolution before and after a sync should
match the number of VEVENTs. You can also identify the calendar.ics file
("syncevolution" with no parameters) and the do a "grep BEGIN:VEVENT |
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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