Ticket #468 (new task)

Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

kdepim and nokia 9300 duplicate all entrys

Reported by: chmayer Owned by: ehabkost
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Plugin: kdepim Version: 0.22
Severity: normal Keywords:
Cc:

Description

Hello, I am trying to sync my nokia 9300 with my korganizer with opensync from ubuntu (edgy). Every entry of the korganizer was added to the handy. If I sync the handy again, I have all events twice, and so on?

Attachments

nokia9500-sync-output.txt (131.5 KB) - added by mschmitt 7 years ago.

Change History

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by chmayer

  • Type changed from defect to task

comment:2 follow-up: ↓ 6 Changed 7 years ago by Lenno

I'm having exactly the same issue with 0.22 on Gentoo. I am using Nokia E60 over syncml-obex-client to sync against KDE-PIM. The issue occurs when fast-sync fails (for example, when Korganizer is running) and the next sync is forced to be slow-sync, which then duplicates every event on the phone. This really makes it unusable.

comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by spy

Same problem here with nokia e60 conntected trough syncml-http-client.

Changed 7 years ago by mschmitt

comment:4 Changed 7 years ago by mschmitt

Almost the same here but with tasks not calendar and evolution not KDE stuff. Calendar does not work at all but I think this is the same issue (if not, tell me and I open a new bug)

I get tons of: Received an entry 100 with data of size 4 from member 2 (syncml-obex-client). Changetype ADDED

and all seems ok. But then right after: Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just sent all changes All clients sent changes or error All conflicts have been reported

I get tons of: (process:5413): libebook-CRITICAL : file e-book.c: line 353: assertion `book && E_IS_BOOK (book)' failed

and later on some of: (process:5413): libebook-CRITICAL : file e-book.c: line 353: assertion `book && E_IS_BOOK (book)' failed Error writing entry 3 to member 1 (evo2-sync): Unable to add contact Mapping Write Error: Unable to add contact

and counting up the entry numbers: (process:5413): libebook-CRITICAL : file e-book.c: line 353: assertion `book && E_IS_BOOK (book)' failed Error writing entry 4 to member 1 (evo2-sync): Unable to add contact Mapping Write Error: Unable to add contact Error writing entry 5 to member 1 (evo2-sync): Unable to add contact Mapping Write Error: Unable to add contact Error writing entry 6 to member 1 (evo2-sync): Unable to add contact Mapping Write Error: Unable to add contact Error writing entry 7 to member 1 (evo2-sync): Unable to add contact Mapping Write Error: Unable to add contact [...]

At the end _no_ calendar or contact entries are synct but tasks get duplicated after the second sync, tripled after the third but just on the phone, still _one_ entry in evolution.

I have attached nokia9500-sync-output.txt, this is the complete output of a sync. opensync packages for debian sid from Matthias Jahn used (0.22)

regards Michael

comment:5 Changed 7 years ago by mikearthur

Error writing entry qNmzyIM2a6 to member 2 (syncml-obex-client): Unable to commit change. Error 500

This is the error I'm seeing forcing the slow-sync to occur. Part of the problem seems to be when this error occurs it makes the next sync slow-sync but the mentioned change seems to have been added the first time.

Nokia E70 here.

comment:6 in reply to: ↑ 2 Changed 6 years ago by jisakiel

Replying to Lenno:

I'm having exactly the same issue with 0.22 on Gentoo. I am using Nokia E60 over syncml-obex-client to sync against KDE-PIM. The issue occurs when fast-sync fails (for example, when Korganizer is running) and the next sync is forced to be slow-sync, which then duplicates every event on the phone. This really makes it unusable.

Same problem here on a 6670. It duplicates events and tasks but not contacts, fortunately.

Waiting for the gentoo developers to bump versions...

comment:7 Changed 6 years ago by add

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