Daniel can you reproduce this problem each time ?
If Yes, tell me and I will log the synchronization, because your logs it
is too difficult what is wrong...
Le 12/06/2013 19:37, Daniel Betschart a écrit :
Am Montag, den 10.06.2013, 22:44 +0200 schrieb Patrick Ohly:
> On Mon, 2013-06-10 at 21:52 +0200, Thomas Pequet wrote:
>> Le 10/06/2013 16:48, Patrick Ohly a écrit :
>>> Hello Thomas!
>> Hello Patrick !
>>> One of your user reported that the SyncEvolution<->Memotoo
>>> started failing for him more often since April. Have you changed
>>> anything in the SyncML implementation of Memotoo?
>> May be but I have no users that tell me problem with SyncEvolution
> Here's the bug report:
>>> The Synthesis engine in the client complains about a Sync command
>>> comes too late:
>>> [2013-06-09 18:38:07.564] 'processCmd' - Processing incoming
>>> Cmd=Sync, IncomingMsgID=4, CmdID=2 [--][++] [->end] [->enclosing]
>>> [2013-06-09 18:38:07.565] Created command 'Status' (outgoing)
>>> [2013-06-09 18:38:07.565] Processing Sync, Source='note',
>>> [2013-06-09 18:38:07.565] Sync command not allowed outside of
>>> sync phase (-> 403)
>>> [2013-06-09 18:38:07.565] 'SessionAbort' - Aborting Session,
>>> Status=400, ProblemSource=LOCAL [--][++] [->end] [->enclosing]
>>> [2013-06-09 18:38:07.565] WARNING: Aborting Session with Reason
>>> Status 400 (LOCAL problem) ***
>>> The log that I got didn't include message dumps, but I suspect that
>>> engine was right - that part hasn't changed for a long time.
>> Can you send me logs to understand what happen ?
> Daniel, may I share your log file with Thomas?
> It might be more helpful to reproduce the problem while the log level
> includes message dumps. Can you do
> syncevolution --configure loglevel=3 memotoo
> and then try syncing until the problem happens again?
> Then archive the entire content of the session directory and send it to
> Thomas and myself.
With session directory you mean ~/.cache/syncevolution? Here it is. At
which loglevel should I leave my configuration. What ist the standard?