Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 169917
restore doesnt get all files
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:14 EST
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Description of problem:
When restoring a large file list, pilot-xfer -r fails to restore all files.
If you log the output, there are 130 "Restoring..." lines, but there are 178 files (160 pdb and 18 prc).
When you check the Home screen, there are applications missing.
Why so many files? It's an iQue with GPS built in. There are 119 pdb files that make up the base map for the GPS.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Have a backup directory with lots of databases
2. pilot-xfer -r .
3. Check if everything got transferred.
Actual Results: Multiple applications are missing, and there is no output saying that they were restored (even though they are in the directory).
Expected Results: All file restored.
This happened on an iQue 3600 (from Garmin), which shows up as a Treo.
I moved the basemap databases aside, and it still failed to load everything. So
it isn't a file count issue. It doesn't seem to be related to (unsorted) file
It failed to load Kalc, Keyring (and friends), and BigClock. These are all the
extras that I added. It did load Hours.
Could you please try to reproduce your bug this the latest version of pilot-link
Unfortunately there's not enough information here, therefore closing this
bugzilla. Please re-open if needed.