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iCal cache is corrupted

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Sep 7, 2012 7:48 AM

I'm getting the following errors from iCal:

 

9/7/12 10:37:13.629 AM iCal: CoreData: error: (11) Fatal error.  The database at /Users/lisamaco/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache is corrupted.  SQLite error code:11, 'database disk image is malformed'

9/7/12 10:37:13.629 AM iCal: WARNING: CalDAVAccountRefreshQueueableOperation :: refresh :: save failed
9/7/12 10:37:13.630 AM iCal: Error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=259 "The file “Calendar Cache” couldn’t be opened because it isn’t in the correct format." {
    NSFilePath = "/Users/lisamaco/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache";
    NSSQLiteErrorDomain = 11;
    NSUnderlyingException = "Fatal error.  The database at /Users/lisamaco/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache is corrupted.  SQLite error code:11, 'database disk image is malformed'";
}
9/7/12 10:37:14.110 AM iCal: Account refresh failed with error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=259 "The file “Calendar Cache” couldn’t be opened because it isn’t in the correct format." UserInfo=0x7f8e0fd39c10 {NSSQLiteErrorDomain=11, NSFilePath=/Users/lisamaco/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache, NSUnderlyingException=Fatal error.  The database at /Users/lisamaco/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache is corrupted.  SQLite error code:11, 'database disk image is malformed', AccountName=lisa.maco@me.com, CalDAVErrFromRefresh=YES}
Ok, so I get it.  But what do I do about it?  My iCal entries *should* be in the cloud (they are showing up on my iPhone).  How do I clear or delete and recreate the cache?

iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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