Many Thanks to earlier email from Yongsheng. I was able to restore data
Evolution and can see it. :)
But now for some reason,I am not able to write it to phone or ovi. Though
t syncs ,no data is being transefered to phone or ovi.com
I tried fix emergency option which allows option to delete remote
e over BT or ovi.com
) but it still doesnt work.any clue as what may be
Sent from my Nokia E52 phone
----- Original message -----
From: "Patrick Ohly" <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com>
To: "Zhu, Yongsheng" <yongsheng.zhu(a)intel.com>
cc: "Suyog" <suyog(a)ovi.com>,
Subject: RE: RE: Please help - restore from backup syncevolution
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2010 10:17:26 +0200
On Wed, 2010-07-28 at 07:50 +0100, Zhu, Yongsheng wrote:
> -- do i need to specify full path of directory(as I have done), and
> it needs to be enclosed in < > ?
> Yes, full path of directory is ok. But no need of “<” and
> -- is template name "nokias60" or "Nokia S60" , In GUI drop down
> shows as "Nokia S60"
> I think it shouldn’t be template name. It should be config name.
> Because the config contains the information about where to restore
> the data(such as evolution).
> '--restore' option is used to restore the data saved before or
> after a sync to your local database, like evolution. So make sure
> you have a config which specify the database you want to restore
> to. 1) syncevolution --template Ovi myovi #create a
> template, its default database is evolution
> 2) syncevolution --restore
> /home/suyog/.cache/syncevolution/virus-2010-07-28-01-13 --before
> myovi memo #restore data from 'virus-2010-07-28-01-13' to your
> evolution specified by config 'myovi'
> *warning: please remember that your memo of your evolution will be
> overwritten by the memos in your
> "/home/suyog/.cache/syncevolution/virus-2010-07-28-01-13" once
> using '--restore' command.
Also, if unsure about what --restore will do, run it in combination
--dry-run first and it'll tell you what it would do without
modifying any data.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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