Hi. I use 64bits arch with ubuntuone up to date (ubuntu-sso-client 4.0.0-2, ubuntuone-client 4.0.0-3, ubuntuone-control-panel 4.0.0-1 installed from arch's repo). ubuntuone worked fine, but suddenly it refuses to sync, it's stuck doing the local rescan.
u1sdtool -s returns
connection: With User With Network
description: doing local rescan
and sometimes ubuntuone-control-panel shows an error (it only shows IPCError without further explanation). There is a python2 process resident in memory (50%CPU, 92MB RAM), I'm sure it's related with ubuntuone.
I don't know if some recent update broke ubuntuone. Last time ubuntuone syncs was yesterday (December 28), since then I've updated
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded cups-filters (1.0.25-1 -> 1.0.26-1)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded git (18.104.22.168-1 -> 22.214.171.124-1)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded grml-zsh-config (0.7.1-3 -> 0.7.3-1)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded nspr (4.9.3-1 -> 4.9.4-1)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded nss (3.14-1 -> 3.14.1-1)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded tcl (8.6.0-2 -> 8.6.0-3)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded transmission-cli (2.73-2 -> 2.75-1)
[2012-12-28 10:52] upgraded transmission-gtk (2.73-2 -> 2.75-1)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded linux-api-headers (3.6.3-1 -> 3.7.1-1)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded glibc (2.16.0-5 -> 2.17-1)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded binutils (2.23.1-1 -> 2.23.1-2)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded cloog (0.17.0-2 -> 0.18.0-1)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded gcc-libs (4.7.2-2 -> 4.7.2-3)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded gcc (4.7.2-2 -> 4.7.2-3)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded gcc-fortran (4.7.2-2 -> 4.7.2-3)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded lib32-glibc (2.16.0-5 -> 2.17-1)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded lib32-gcc-libs (4.7.2-2 -> 4.7.2-3)
[2012-12-28 23:40] upgraded valgrind (3.8.1-1 -> 3.8.1-2)
Not sure if it's important, I use ubuntuone as root (with
im_ok_with_being_root_pretty_please_let_me_be_root.default = True in syncdaemon.conf).
I would appreciate any help. Thanks.
Last edited by David López (2013-01-26 07:45:04)
A little advance, I don't know why but now ubuntuone passes the local scan (and the 50%CPU python2 process). However it stucks at the next step
connection: With User With Network
description: doing server rescan
and ubuntuone-control-panel still shows the IPCError.
Any idea? Thanks.
I experience exactly the same problem, since yesterday I'm stuck at local rescan (for the moment). Also 64 bit, everything up to date.
I'm not using ubuntuone as root, so that seems to be irrelevant.
I'm glad to see however that the status could evolve to server rescan. I'm eagerly waiting for this to happen. My guess is that we just need to be patient... But being stuck for many hours (and for only 1.6 GB of data in my case) does not plead very highly for ubuntuone.
I have the problem also, but my other machine seems to be connected and up to date.
same issue here, stuck on "local rescan" since a few days.
Same problem here.
The control panel sais: "File Sync starting...." and I can wait hours for it, no change.
Googling someone on launchpad said that we have to change something in the config, a specific line, which I don't have... weird....
Any info/hints about this?
Don't forget to mark as [SOLVED].
Roman, thank you so much for the patch (and for indicator-ubuntuone ;-) ). I cannot test it now, I'll do it when I can and let you know if it works.
PD: you've registered only to inform us of the patch. Thank you again!
The patch have been included in ubuntuone-client 4.0.0-4 and fixed the issue. Mark this problem as solved.
PD: to celebrate it I've wrote a PKGBUILD of Roman's indicator-ubuntuone to include it in AUR: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=156836 It's my first build, please add suggestions, corrections,...
I'm still having this problem with the latest version. I tried reinstalling ubuntuone-client and all its dependencies to no avail.
$ u1sdtool --quit $ sudo pacman -Rsn ubuntuone-client $ sudo pacman -S ubuntuone-client
I have the latest version installed:
$ u1sdtool -c ERROR:root:Could not find any typelib for Unity $ u1sdtool -s ERROR:root:Could not find any typelib for Unity State: LOCAL_RESCAN connection: Not User With Network description: doing local rescan is_connected: False is_error: False is_online: False queues: WORKING $ pacman -Si ubuntuone-client Repository : community Name : ubuntuone-client Version : 4.0.0-4 URL : https://launchpad.net/ubuntuone-client Licenses : GPL Groups : None Provides : None Depends On : dbus-glib python2-configglue python2-distribute python2-gobject libnotify python2-gobject2 python2-pyinotify python2-simplejson ubuntu-sso-client python2-ubuntuone-storageprotocol hicolor-icon-theme xdg-utils Optional Deps : None Conflicts With : None Replaces : None Download Size : 330.71 KiB Installed Size : 3264.00 KiB Packager : Ball Architecture : x86_64 Build Date : Wed Jan 23 13:40:58 2013 MD5 Sum : 128dc1b67b524fb54cdb21e88cab6851 SHA256 Sum : 8aa7a1ce6f6bb5afb31db581ff2acc3d46fbcdf8e70928a6720e6d9aca05fcd0 Signatures : Yes Description : Ubuntu One helps you store, sync and share files between your computers