Re: Beagle with Samba Share

>From: Joe Shaw <joeshaw novell com>  
>On Mon, 2007-01-08 at 15:56 +0000, Stringer Leon (West Midlands
>Ambulance Service NHS Trust) wrote:
>> Warn: Likely sqlite database version mismatch trying to read from /home/DOMAIN/lrs/.beagle/TextCache/TextCache.db.  Purging.
>Odd, this usually only happens if you had one version of Beagle using
>sqlite 2.x, and then upgraded to a version that used 3.x.
>Are you using this home directory from multiple systems which might be
>running different versions of Beagle?

The home directory is on another Linux system shared through Samba, but this definitely doesn't have Beagle.

>> Error: Caught exception while instantiating EvolutionMail backend
>> System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. ---> Mono.Data.SqliteClient.SqliteExecutionException: SQL logic error or missing database
>> Warn: Likely sqlite database version mismatch trying to read from /home/DOMAIN/lrs/.beagle/TextCache/TextCache.db.  Purging.
>This message is particularly bizarre, and is the reason why you're not
>seeing any results.
>Would you mind sending me that TextCache.db file?  gzip or bzip2 it up
>and email it to me privately, please.

There's nothing to send, TextCache.db is 0 bytes.

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