the Electron desktop app has been syncing to Dropbox for a few days now after importing my notes from Evernote. (~3400 notes, 2.3 GB .enex files)
Everything seems to be fine until I got a “Some items cannot be synchronised. View them now” warning.
(ac23ca14851b4dde82a03ff4f28040d9): File not found: C:\Users\MYUSERNAME/.config/joplin-desktop/resources/ac23ca14851b4dde82a03ff4f28040d9.jpg and that file is indeed not in that folder. The sync status shows that 3447 of 3447 files have been synced and nothing else seems to be wrong.
The syncReport csv file has over 24.000 entries and shows this entry for the missing file:
I noticed that this is the only row with a 0 at its 4th column.
After importing the .enex files I did not touch any notes in Joplin. I was just waiting for the sync to finish and so that I can start syncing to my other devices. (Is this necessary? Shouldn’t I setup the syncing on my laptop and phone before the PC finished the initial upload?)
In the log.txt I can’t find anything interesting. Maybe here:
2018-09-10 23:31:45: "Synchronisation was cancelled." 2018-09-10 23:31:45: "Operations completed: " 2018-09-10 23:31:45: "createRemote: 10776" 2018-09-10 23:31:45: "cancelling: 1" 2018-09-10 23:31:45: "Total folders: 4" 2018-09-10 23:31:45: "Total notes: 3447" 2018-09-10 23:31:45: "Total resources: 16972"
This was when I manually paused the sync in order to turn the PC hibernate for the night. The log-database.txt has nothing relevant in it.
Could it be that Joplin loses the current file if I cancel an ongoing sync operation?