CSync [1.2.0 Win] failed to find a specific file

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CSync [1.2.0 Win] failed to find a specific file

Postby blanch » Fri Feb 08, 2013 2:57 pm

Hi,

My oc cliwent has stopped syncing at a specific point

The client has issued the following error message:

Csync: failed to find a specific file

Digging in the log file of the client, I have found that this error happens at the very first time that the opendir procedure is called

Next there are a few log lines close to the error

02-08 12:24:24:702 oc_module: opendir method called on ownclouds://owncloud.clinic.cat/ownclou ... bdav/Dades Xarxa/Concurs POCs UCIs
02-08 12:24:26:482 oc_module: Request failed, don't take session header.
02-08 12:24:26:483 oc_module: Neon error code was 1
02-08 12:24:26:483 oc_module: WRN: propfind named failed with 1, request error: 500 Internal Server Error
02-08 12:24:26:483 oc_module: Errno set to 5


Any idea of what is causing this error ?

Thanks

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Re: CSync [1.2.0 Win] failed to find a specific file

Postby RealRancor » Fri Feb 08, 2013 3:12 pm

Probably not a bug. Most time an internal server error means there is something wrong with the configuration on your server so please have a look at your webservers error log and the error log of php like described here:

viewtopic.php?f=17&t=7330
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