[Synckolab] Re: Many conflicts

Niko Berger niko.berger at corinis.com
Tue Sep 12 16:08:33 EDT 2006


Copart schrieb:
> Santiago,
>
> I am assuming you are referring to the conflicts resolution dialog.  Are
> you syncing contacts in the Kolab 1 or 2 format?  Do you believe every
> singe contact is coming up with a conflict, or just a lot?  Can you
> explain what you see in the window on failures, window title, buttons,
> if any content at all?  What OS are you using?  Did you update both
> computers to 0.25?
>
> I would love to know what conflict it is finding with each contact,
> since you should NOT be seeing a blank dialog (this would require adding
> more debug output into the code).  The latest version 0.25 will cause
> conflicts in every entry for the vast majority of users that migrate
> from older versions (first sync only), however, the conflicts should
> automatically update and you should not see any dialog (due to new hash
> calculation).  I recommend you delete SyncKolabs local sync data (reset)
> on your office computer, please check with Niko on the correct steps for
> this, I do not want to lead you down the wrong road.
>
> -Copart
>
> Santiago Costantino wrote:
>   
>> Hi
>>
>> I've been using the extension for a while, noticing its improvements.
>> Yesterday I upgraded to 4.25 (Thunderbird 1.5.0.5), I could
>> synchronize at home but at the office I see conflicts in every single
>> contact and a modal empty window appears after each failure. I have to
>> manually close it and a new conflict and a new empty window shows up.
>> I had to kill Thunderbird.
>>
>> Santiago
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To remove all internal sync information delete the files: 
<configname>.cal.hdb <configname>.con.hdb

You can safely remove them, they will be buildt again on first sync

Niko

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