Folder subscription issue
egoitz at sarenet.es
Fri Jul 12 09:26:40 EDT 2019
By the way I think I found some more…..
When a sync_client in user mode… creates a non existing user in the replica… if the user has a dot… the quota gets properly created, but seen, sub files are wrongly created… for instance….
-rw------- 1 cyrus cyrus 2576528 Jul 12 13:03 f.veiga.conversations
-rw------- 1 cyrus cyrus 88 Jul 12 13:03 f.veiga.counters
-rw------- 1 cyrus cyrus 451 Jul 12 10:43 f.veiga.sub
-rw------- 1 cyrus cyrus 16 Jul 12 01:32 f.veiga.xapianactive
-rw------- 1 cyrus cyrus 2584 Apr 3 01:48 f^veiga.seen
-rw------- 1 cyrus cyrus 316 Apr 3 01:48 f^veiga.sub
The Apr 3 files are from the initial sync when the box was empty… the first ones (with the dot and not ^) are the actual files being used by Cyrus…. And updated with the replication and so…
It seems this to be the reason because I didn’t see in the initial sync any subscribed folders… but later when set them from a mua where properly replicated…
With Sieve seemed to happen something similar… but in this case with the ‘^’ and ‘.’ In the directory name….
It’s like the name used for creating the subscribing and seen databases in a user mode replication was not properly handled by Cyrus… because it does the same as with quota database with indeed with ‘^’ is properly created….
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> El 10 jul 2019, a las 11:39, Egoitz Aurrekoetxea <egoitz at sarenet.es> escribió:
> It happens with any folder… in fact Trash is not the folder we would announce in special-use as Trash… it’s just a normal folder really here…. It’s a generally happening thing with rename of folders inside the own hierarchy inside the own user… (don’t really know if a rename mailbox for changing partition would have the same issue). Not something related to the Trash folder...
> Egoitz Aurrekoetxea
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>> El 10 jul 2019, a las 11:34, Sebastian Hagedorn <Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de <mailto:Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de>> escribió:
>> I'm curious if this only happens for rename to trash, or for all renames
>> of subscribed folders. IMHO it makes no sense to automatically subscribe
>> to a folder in the trash. So perhaps the bug isn't in the replication
>> code but rather in the handling of rename to trash?
>> Am 10.07.19 um 11:11 Uhr schrieb Egoitz Aurrekoetxea:
>>> About the folder subscription issue, I think I got something, at least a
>>> close approximation... When a user causes in mua a rename mailbox (a
>>> rename for a folder caused by a folder move in hierarchy), after the own
>>> rename, if folders were subscribed “should” (for the "plain user" at
>>> least) become subscribed in the new path. It seems that after a user
>>> rename in Cyrus the new folder is automatically subscribed (even if no
>>> subscribe command is sent by the mua). But this, does not cause in the
>>> replica (in the slave, if SUB is not sent by the client)
>>> a sync_apply_changesub() or something like entering in the
>>> “ move_subscription” condition in mboxlist_renamemailbox(), and then,
>>> the folder is properly renamed but not subscribed in the slave. I think
>>> this is what I’m suffering. Obviously, if after a rename the mua sends a
>>> subscribe too, no issue is seen. I think the problem happens when a
>>> mailbox rename happens and a SUB is not send later.
>>> An example :
>>> The folder domain.com <http://domain.com/>
>>> <http://domain.com <http://domain.com/>>!user.parta^partb.Archives.2019.TRAFICO.CHINA.XINGANG
>>> is moved (renamed) to trash.
>>> May 16 16:16:50 mx6c imap: conversations_rename_folder: renamed
>>> domain.com <http://domain.com/>
>>> to domain.com <http://domain.com>!user.parta^partb.Trash.XINGANG
>>> May 16 16:16:50 mx6c imap: Rename: domain.com
>>> -> domain.com <http://domain.com>!user.parta^partb.Trash.XINGANG
>>> May 16 16:16:50 mx6c imap: Deleted mailbox domain.com
>>> In the master (sync), the folder in Trash is subscribed but in the slave
>>> it is not, and remains subscribed the folder in the original location in
>>> the “____.sub” file.
>>> A diff between the master (replication client) .sub file and the slave’s
>>> one is (mx5 is the master, the client and 6 the slave):
>>> --- subscripciones-mx5c/parta.partb.sub2019-07-10 08:47:29.000000000 +0200
>>> +++ subscripciones-mx6c/parta.partb.sub2019-07-10 08:48:08.000000000 +0200
>>> -domain.com <http://domain.com>!user.parta^partb.Trash.XINGANG
>>> Perhaps a move_subscription to one or sync_apply_changesub should be
>>> forced in order to fix it?. I have seen issues with Outlook 2016 and
>>> Thunderbird… both mua… perhaps by RFC they should send the SUB command
>>> but… it’s the only theory I could arrive to… I have a ton more cases
>>> like this one.. Data gets properly handled but subscriptions have this
>>> issue (perhaps we could say is a mua issue but….)..
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