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  • 45. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    picks1123 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi Kevin, iDash and others

    I am experiencing the exact same problems. I am running Lion server (on a mini) and have just upgraded two clients (minis) to 10.8.1. I have networked accounts with the homes on a separate disk to the server OS (the second drive in the mini server). Mail is stuffed. Tried all the usual and the unusual with no luck.

     

    I hope Apple deal with this urgently as it is a major impediment.

     

    Steve

  • 46. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    Kevin Neal Level 2 Level 2 (480 points)

    I wonder if it is working for anyone, or if it is a universal bug, I guess its taking a while for people to notice it because typical Network Home users are Businesses and Schools who would avoid upgrading to a new OS this early, but many people will be forced to run ML due to purchase of new equipment, which is the position we are in.

     

    So has anyone got Network Homes on ML to work via AFP?

  • 47. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    Kevin Neal Level 2 Level 2 (480 points)

    Also what are you guys doing who do have this problem?

     

    1. Switch to Local Only account

    2. Switch to Mobile Home account

    3. Use network homes over NFS instead of AFP (does this work?)

    4. Downgrade to Lion, is this possible for Macs purchased after ML release

    5. Something else

  • 48. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    iDash Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    hi Kevin

     

    responses below:

     

    1. Switch to Local Only account

    - Can't do this as peronal accounts are bigger than SSD drives are client Macs

    2. Switch to Mobile Home account

    - can't do tis for reason above

    3. Use network homes over NFS instead of AFP (does this work?)

    - can't do as (in my case) user accounts are on server HDD (raided 1) rather than external drive to server

    4. Downgrade to Lion, is this possible for Macs purchased after ML release

    - this is what I did on client Macs - switched back to Lion* on all client Macs (except one MBA which I am keeping as ML for when 10.8.2 comes out) and issue as completely gone away (note: server is still ML 10.8.1)

    So the issue is localised on CLIENT 10.8.x Macs

    5. Something else

    haven't got a plan B - and can only hope that Apple fix it in 10.8.2

     

    *=I had previously created a USB stick Installer for Lion (+ I've got another USB Stick for ML so I can easily 'upgrade' back to 10.8.x) so it was easy to re-install. No problem with re-installing Lion as it checks apple with your appleID and in any case, I erase the SSD/HDD drive first.

     

    I hope that helps

    Rob

  • 49. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    Kevin Neal Level 2 Level 2 (480 points)

    I do have a copy of Lion, but my only concern is installing Lion on a Mac that was released after ML might have some issues, so we are holding off purchasing new macs at the moment.

     

    Looks like 10.8.2 will be out on either the 12th Sept or the 21st Sept, but Im not holding my breath, I have a feeling we might have to wait for 10.8.3, not baseing that on anything other than a hunch!

  • 50. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    Kevin Neal Level 2 Level 2 (480 points)

    anyon tried 10.8.2 yet?

  • 51. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    iDash Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    just installed 10.8.2 on my MBA (which I had kept on ML) and I report....

     

     

    Things are looking ok so far - Contacts hasn't crashed, nor has Mail so far.

    I need to do more testing (and look at console messages) before coming to a conclusion....but its look good so far..... :-)

     

    Thanks

    Rob

     

    ps - ML server is still 10.8.1 -- haven't tried updating that yet

  • 52. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    David Urban Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    10.8.2 seems to have corrected the problem.  I am still weary.  I had to remove the contacts from sync for icloud  have it erase all of the contacts on the mac, then have it rebuild it from icloud.  The console still caught alot of messages from the address book.

     

    Mail is alittle better.  Does not take 60 seconds to open.

     

    All of the computers and the server is on 10.8.2 and server 2.1

     

    Thanks

     

    David Urban

  • 53. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    iDash Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    10.8.2 is way way way worse than ever

     

    Its utterly broken AVOID AVOID AVOID!!!!!

     

    Both Server and client upgraded to 10.8.2

    Using my existing account and whilst the previous issues with contacts / mail at the same time have gone away.... it seems my account is totally broken

    it loses my iphono library location

    it loses my itunes linrary location

    both iPhto & iTunes keeps crashing ans it seems there are loads more IO errors - Witness below

     

    This it a total an unmitigated mess


     

     

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.148 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.149 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.149 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.149 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.150 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.150 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.150 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.151 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.151 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.151 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.152 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.152 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.152 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.153 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.153 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.153 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.153 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.154 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.154 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.154 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.155 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.155 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.155 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.156 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.156 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.156 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.157 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.157 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.157 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.158 Contacts[837]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] Error opening sync lock file: 2 (No such file or directory) Path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/SyncOperations .plist.lockfile

    24/09/2012 18:37:25.158 Contacts[837]: *** process 837 exceeded 500 log message per second limit  -  remaining messages this second discarded ***

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.590 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (3850) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:3850, 'disk I/O error' errno:2

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.591 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:3850, 'disk I/O error' errno:2 with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSPOSIXErrorDomain = 2;

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 3850;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.591 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.640 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.640 CalendarAgent[878]: *** -[CalManagedObjectContext countForFetchRequest:error:]: error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=256 "The file “Calendar Cache” couldn’t be opened." UserInfo=0x7f82dd8b5130 {NSFilePath=/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendar s/Calendar Cache, NSSQLiteErrorDomain=21, NSUnderlyingException=I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'} {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

        NSUnderlyingException = "I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'";

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.693 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.694 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:26.742 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.407 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: (com.apple.Notes/1.1) Cannot refresh account bag, missing acct info (user=robcousins@me.com, hasPassword=0)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.408 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: Failed to get mail props (doBypassCache=0, user=robcousins@me.com, passwordProvided=0), accountInfoFound=0, mailDataclassInfo=

    (null)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.412 Contacts[837]: Could not replace account with identifier: _local

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.422 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: (com.apple.Notes/1.1) Cannot refresh account bag, missing acct info (user=robcousins@me.com, hasPassword=0)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.426 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: Failed to get mail props (doBypassCache=0, user=robcousins@me.com, passwordProvided=0), accountInfoFound=0, mailDataclassInfo=

    (null)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.441 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: (com.apple.Notes/1.1) Cannot refresh account bag, missing acct info (user=robcousins@me.com, hasPassword=0)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.442 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: Failed to get mail props (doBypassCache=0, user=robcousins@me.com, passwordProvided=0), accountInfoFound=0, mailDataclassInfo=

    (null)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.457 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: (com.apple.Notes/1.1) Cannot refresh account bag, missing acct info (user=robcousins@me.com, hasPassword=0)

    24/09/2012 18:37:28.467 com.apple.iCloudHelper[1369]: AOSKit ERROR: Failed to get mail props (doBypassCache=0, user=robcousins@me.com, passwordProvided=0), accountInfoFound=0, mailDataclassInfo=

    (null)

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.695 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.696 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.697 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.743 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.743 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.744 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.799 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.799 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.846 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:29.847 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:30.758 Citrix Viewer[834]: Unable to load CRPluginBridge bundle from Receiver.app

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.799 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.799 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.800 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.847 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.847 CalendarAgent[878]: *** -[CalManagedObjectContext executeFetchRequest:error:]: error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=256 "The file “Calendar Cache” couldn’t be opened." UserInfo=0x7f82dcab9f90 {NSFilePath=/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendar s/Calendar Cache, NSSQLiteErrorDomain=21, NSUnderlyingException=I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'} {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

        NSUnderlyingException = "I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'";

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.848 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.848 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.901 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.902 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.950 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:32.951 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.903 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.904 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.904 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.952 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.951 CalendarAgent[878]: *** -[CalManagedObjectContext executeFetchRequest:error:]: error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=256 "The file “Calendar Cache” couldn’t be opened." UserInfo=0x7f82dcad5880 {NSFilePath=/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendar s/Calendar Cache, NSSQLiteErrorDomain=21, NSUnderlyingException=I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'} {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

        NSUnderlyingException = "I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'";

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.952 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:35.953 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:36.006 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:36.007 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:36.055 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:36.056 CalendarAgent[878]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.007 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.008 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.008 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.055 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.055 CalendarAgent[878]: *** -[CalManagedObjectContext executeFetchRequest:error:]: error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=256 "The file “Calendar Cache” couldn’t be opened." UserInfo=0x7f82dbc6bb80 {NSFilePath=/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendar s/Calendar Cache, NSSQLiteErrorDomain=21, NSUnderlyingException=I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'} {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

        NSUnderlyingException = "I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'";

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.110 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.111 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:39.157 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.111 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.112 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.113 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.158 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.214 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.215 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:42.259 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:43.441 Contacts[837]: Failed to write public plist to URL file://localhost/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Save d%20Application%20State/com.apple.AddressBook.savedState/windows.plist

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.216 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.217 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.218 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.260 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.319 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.320 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:45.362 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:48.321 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:48.322 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:48.322 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = unable to open database file with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 14;

    }

    24/09/2012 18:37:48.363 CalendarAgent[878]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:48.423 accountsd[879]: CoreData: error: (21) I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file'

    24/09/2012 18:37:48.424 accountsd[879]: Core Data: annotation: -executeRequest: encountered exception = I/O error for database at /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.s qlite.  SQLite error code:21, 'unable to open database file' with userInfo = {

        NSFilePath = "/Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Accounts/Accounts3. sqlite";

        NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 21;

    }


  • 54. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    Mark23 Level 3 Level 3 (975 points)

    Both on the client side as on my four servers there were no problems whatsoever.

     

    Just try rebooting all machines.

  • 55. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    David Urban Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have upgraded all the clients and the server to 10.8.2 and server 2.1.  I did have some proboblems similar to that of before initally.  I did have to remove icloud contacts and log out then log back in.  It seems there is still some legacy problems with icloud.  I had to log out of icloud then log back in to get messages to work.  The contacts seem to be stable and never had a problem with itunes or iphoto.  with messages I did go to the library folder and deleted some of the plist files.  I also cleared out the address book/contacts files in the library folder.

     

    It has take alittle work to undo the problems that 10.8.0 and 10.8.1 did but it seems to be working for me.

     

    David Urban

  • 56. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    mbresink Level 1 Level 1 (20 points)

    There are still problems with other areas where SQL databases are used.

     

    All HTML5 database features, i.e. direct database access as well as the "local storage" functions, fail in Safari when you are using an AFP home directory. I can reproduce this on a fresh client/server installation.

     

    @iDash:

    iCloud and Versions are known not to be compatible with a network home folder.

  • 57. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    David Urban Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I did have a problem that mimiced the problem earlier.  It must have been the AFP connection was disconnected when the computer went to sleep and it was not able to recover when the computer woke back up.  I logged out then back in and it seemed fine then.  This may be connected to the AFP issue.

     

    David Urban

  • 58. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    iDash Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    ok, so i've done a fresh resinstall of ML on my MBA (erase and install) - stil getting IO errors. Contacts seem fine but Mail seems unrealible.

    Also saw David's issue previously where there IO errors after woken after sleep as well.\

     

    Still not good :-(

     

     

    07/10/2012 21:21:32.622 com.apple.dock.extra[2453]: Did migrate store at path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/2F338024-D4A2-4943-8309-2B8B25EF7FE3/AddressBook-v2 2.abcddb

    07/10/2012 21:21:35.361 com.apple.dock.extra[2453]: Did migrate store at path: /Network/Servers/mountainserver/Users/robcousins42/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/AddressBook-v22.abcddb

    07/10/2012 21:21:35.530 com.apple.dock.extra[2453]: Implicitly linking

    07/10/2012 21:22:33.569 CalendarAgent[2416]: WARNING: [CalManagedStore restoreGroupAtPath]: Unknown group type: Migration

    07/10/2012 21:22:35.046 CalendarAgent[2416]: *** -[IADomainCache init]: IA domains cache is out of date.

    07/10/2012 21:22:37.008 CalendarAgent[2416]: Unexpected EOF, returning last token as fallback

    07/10/2012 21:23:24.027 Mail[2487]: Using V2 Layout

    07/10/2012 21:23:34.787 Mail[2487]: 0x7fbffd076a20 got exception setting PRAGMA cache_size (error 10: disk I/O error), current retries 2

    07/10/2012 21:23:43.901 com.apple.launchd.peruser.1027[2373]: ([0x0-0xeb0eb].com.apple.mail[2487]) Exited with code: 255

  • 59. Re: contacts on client machine suffer from disk I/O errors
    iDash Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I like to know where this is stated as being a known error:

     

    "@iDash:

    iCloud and Versions are known not to be compatible with a network home folder"

     

    and obviously what apple are doing to resolve this issue?