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Sync error with Evernote Beta 6.1.0.2113


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I get a sync error with the latest beta - but I cannot find what's causing it. Here's teh relevant portion of the activity log

13:38:51 [12004] Client synchronization started
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Connecting to www.evernote.com/edam/note/s3
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Connecting account moldor
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Loaded updateCount: 37069
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Usage Metrics: sessionCount=0
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Client is up to date with the server, updateCount: 37069
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Connecting to www.evernote.com/edam/user
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Updating user "moldor"
13:38:51 [10528] 0% * email last verified 2016/05/10 19:04:16 (UTC+10:00)
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Connecting to www.evernote.com/shard/s3/utility
13:38:51 [10528] 0% Retrieving cross promotion info for user "moldor"
13:38:52 [10528] 0% Connecting account moldor
13:38:52 [10528] 0% Connecting account moldor
13:38:52 [10528] 0% Updating server items
13:38:52 [10528] 0% Skipping resource "adbca20cc4e9ae39487f955861ab617b" of an unsynced note "Screen clip"
13:38:52 [12004] Client synchronization finished, status: complete
13:38:52 [12004] * elapsed time: 1s
13:38:52 [12004] * 1 note failed to sync
13:38:52 [12004] * Note: "Screen clip", error: "local: missing notebook (DATA_REQUIRED)"

 

The unsynched note mentioned was in the trash and has been deleted

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hello I have the very same problem including the log: error: "local: missing notebook (DATA_REQUIRED)"

The note had been deleted (moved to trash, trash emptied).

 

How to get a rid of this.

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  • Evernote Employee

@moldor @zavrelj Based on the error in the logs and the fact that you have already deleted and trashed the offending note, I recommend rebuilding your database which will regenerate a new local database by copying your notes back down from the service.  

To do this:

  1. Select the Windows Explorer icon on the bottom left.
  2. Once open, from the left navigation bar, select Computer.
  3. Double click the C: Drive from the center body.
  4. Double click the Users file.
  5. Double click your user.
  6. In the file path bar at the top type the following: \AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases
  7. Move the file with your username (ending in "exb") to a different location.  For example, move it to your computer's desktop.
  8. Sign In to Evernote with your username and password.
  9. Wait for your account data to synchronize to your machine from the service.

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