B. Notifying application to refresh its UI. 2013-11-19 15:06:44.236 Shipment[26668:1307] Refreshing All UI 2013-11-19 15:07:48.172 Shipment[26668:2307] -[PFUbiquitySwitchboardEntryMetadata setUseLocalStorage:](760): CoreData: Ubiquity: dallas~E117921C-358D-53D1-A6FF-E34A260EB744:B4E23D56-C9F7-4E9D-AE70-8D420C9D81F9 Using local storage: 0 I checked StoreUUID+ and it contained B4E23D56-C9F7-4E9D-AE70-8D420C9D81F9 Try with options 0 … On 28 November 2013 12:26, neilt ***@***.***> wrote: Did not improve. Den Background Sync habe ich auf 20 min gestellt.
UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 28, 2013 Give #22 (comment) a try. saetechnologies.com - Colorway Wordpress Theme by InkThemes.com Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. I'll try to get a fix out soon that will better handle this situation, but if your disk is truly running out of space I'm not sure there's much any API
MacUser.de Foren > MacUser Netzwelt > Mac OS X Server, Serverdienste > Mobile account: Problem mit Sync von geöffneten Dateien Dieses Thema im Forum "Mac OS X Server, Serverdienste" wurde erstellt UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 25, 2013 See the dotted line between frame numbers that skip? Once the FileSync.app dialog showed about 6000 errors. It seems to only happen on the app's very first run.
It then eventually finishes and asks me to respring. On iPhone I am always getting the bad file descriptor error now. This time ran the Mac app. Bad file descriptor"} 2013-11-18 21:09:30.317 Shipment[476:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: - Context : /private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/FSBP7TQTJW~com~hashbangind~shipment/CloudLogs/StoreUUID+ 2013-11-18 21:09:30.319 Shipment[476:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: - Underlying: Error Domain=NSPOSIXErrorDomain Code=9 "The operation couldn’t be completed.
This question was last updated over 2 years ago. UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 27, 2013 Normally, doing a coordinated read/write to the file's ubiquitous URL should take care of that. Might be smart to open a new ticket for that one, since this one is pretty beefy... I get a Cocoa Error 512 and what I figured about that is, that it's not a valid directory (or something like that.
Notifying application to refresh its UI. 2013-11-19 14:38:57.465 Shipment[169:1403] shipments: ( ) 2013-11-19 14:38:57.854 Shipment[169:3707] -[PFUbiquitySwitchboardEntryMetadata setUseLocalStorage:](754): CoreData: Ubiquity: mobile~7DBE02A4-1DEB-4091-8ECA-59760B9FBE60:B4E23D56-C9F7-4E9D-AE70-8D420C9D81F9 Using local storage: 0 2013-11-19 15:06:43.269 Shipment[26668:1307] UbiquityStoreManager: Loading store... 2013-11-19 A problem occured. Notifying application to refresh its UI. 2013-11-18 21:44:42.199 Shipment[543:1403] shipments: ( ) 2013-11-18 21:44:42.593 Shipment[543:4707] -[PFUbiquitySwitchboardEntryMetadata setUseLocalStorage:](754): CoreData: Ubiquity: mobile~1724A51E-4BAA-414F-BAFE-B8AFD60EDD64:94302C2E-9A8C-41BB-8C33-3A7462009ECE Using local storage: 0 2013-11-18 21:44:46.602 Shipment[543:6b07] UbiquityStoreManager: Handling cloud deletion. Resource temporarily unavailable"))">
I'm not entirely sure what this is supposed to mean, but presumably the Apple staff can help you out in your DTS as well with this clue. check my blog One other long shot I can think of, are any of your Core Data entity classes doing something dodgy like overriding/implementing accessors or are they completely standard generated? Maybe it will help... kdbdallas commented Nov 27, 2013 So they say it blocks potentially for a long time, so what, they expect your app to just block that time as well???
If it's 'Documentation' then you can't write to that directory and will get 512 error. Waited a while to give time for syncing and then went back to the iOS app. I will give that a try.
Title: Determination of Total Fat Content in Chocolate and other Cocoa Derivatives Created Date: 20090512151035Z… When it comes however to copy the data file, called topicStore, it fails with cocoa error All rights reserved. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Portal Themen mit aktuellen Beiträgen Foren Foren durchsuchen Themen mit aktuellen Beiträgen Medien Medien suchen Neue Medien Suche Anmelden oder Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic
Thanks so much!! Of course I could exclude *.xlsx from the background sync set, but then I could also turn off background sync completely. Notifying application to reset its UI. 2013-11-19 13:07:10:819 Shipment[25333:303] App, Launch, , 2013-11-19 13:07:10.863 Shipment[25333:2307] UbiquityStoreManager: Loading cloud store: 2463F73D-3F60-4072-A522-1D2F58397A49, v1 (definite). 2013-11-19 13:07:10.863 Shipment[25333:2307] UbiquityStoreManager: [DEBUG] migrationStoreURL: (null) 2013-11-19 13:07:10.863 have a peek at these guys kdbdallas commented Nov 19, 2013 I found this post about the "Bad file descriptor" part.
When I have opened an excel sheet (Office 2008 for Mac) FileSync.app constantly keeps popping up and tells me that it can not sync the excel file with a generic error Bad file descriptor" 2013-11-20 20:12:20.710 Shipment[1281:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Successfully loaded cloud store. 2013-11-20 20:12:20.712 Shipment[1281:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Finished loading cloud store (UbiquityStoreErrorCauseNoError). I had it before I created USM and was trying this with just PSCs under iOS 6 and found before launching that the thing was massively unstable.