[Imaplib2-devel] Gmail: downloading the rest of the mails
sebastian at sspaeth.de
Mon Oct 10 12:16:37 BST 2011
On Sat, 08 Oct 2011 09:50:16 +1100, Piers Lauder <piers at janeelix.com> wrote:
> > > > DEBUG[imap]: 31:24.19 imap.gmail.com reader socket error: <type
> > > > 'exceptions.IOError'> - Too many read 0
> > > > DEBUG[imap]: 31:24.19 imap.gmail.com reader finished
> > > > DEBUG[imap]: 31:24.19 imap.gmail.com handler terminating: "socket
> > > > error: <type 'exceptions.IOError'> - Too many read 0"
> > It has unfortunately been reported a lot since months. And it *only*
> > ever occurs with Gmail servers. I am not using Gmail, and I have never
> > managed to debug this. Help with this is much appreciated. It is
> > something down in the bowels of imaplib2.
> In this case, where one gets an actual IOerror, it probably means that the
> socket has become disconnected, as a read call returning 0 bytes usually
> means EOF. No idea why the EOF is occuring, but the recommended imaplib2
> solution would be to drop the current IMAP4 instance, initiate another,
> and then carry on.
OK, thanks for that recommendation. We'll try to do that then. I would
be very surprised if Gmail dropped the connection every 100 messages,
but then we have seen weirder things.
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