ERROR in syncfolder for (username) folder INBOX : null byte in argument for long()
christocoleman at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 27 14:52:52 BST 2011
UIDVALIDITY... this folder doesnt exist.
Do you mean UIDMapping or FolderValidity ??
How much time will it take to recreate these files when there are 100,000
messages ? Probably many hours, right ?
If I blow away (move away) ONE of the files inside these folders, will
offlineimap recreate just the one file ??
From: Sebastian Spaeth <Sebastian at SSpaeth.de>
To: chris coleman <christocoleman at yahoo.com>; offlineimap mailing list
<offlineimap-project at lists.alioth.debian.org>
Sent: Wed, April 27, 2011 3:42:02 AM
Subject: Re: ERROR in syncfolder for (username) folder INBOX : null byte in
argument for long()
On Tue, 26 Apr 2011 12:05:27 -0700 (PDT), chris coleman
<christocoleman at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Offlineimap has been working fine since I repaired the most recent error in the
> data files about a week ago (thanks to your help locating the bad data in the
Thanks for the debug log, this really helps. Your error now doesn't look
like data corruption to me. Somewhere it fails to interprete an IMAP
response correctly trying to convert a 'null byte' to a "long()" number,
presumably a email UID.
You could try to blow the UIDVALIDITY file away (or move it out of the
way) for testing, it will just be recreated.
Unfortunately, the error reporting in 6.2. is so rough that I cannot
even see in which line it fails, so I would suggest you try a newer
version of offlineimap. The configuration/status files are compatible,
and it might give you better output.
Sorry for not having better information there
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