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    MoNdO GeNeRaToR

    Macbook Pro Freeze

    Hallo

    Mijn MBP 2010 (2,4 Ghz 4 Gig Ram) ging daarnet zonder reden hangen. Ik was in een pagesdocument aan het typen en plots kreeg ik een freeze. Niks deed het nog. Alleen een harde reset hielp.

    Dit is wat ik vond in mijn Console. Blijkbaar ging iets mis in mijn mailapp want exact op dat uur (15u01) ging hij hangen.. Daar knelt het schoentje en heb ik hulp nodig want ik snap niet goed wat dat allemaal wil zeggen. Kan iemand onderstaand log ontcijferen en in mensentaal aan mij uitleggen?

    Heel erg bedankt!

    31/01/11 15:01:26 Mail[926] *** Assertion failure in -[IMAPToDoStoreReconciliationAgent prepareToReconcileForMailboxID:], /SourceCache/Message/Message-1082/MessageStores.subproj/IMAP.subproj/IMAPToDoStoreReconciliationAgent.m:56
    Cannot reconcile with nil store
    (
    0 Message 0x00007fff88da36e4 -[MFAssertionHandler _handleFailureWithPreamble:description:arguments:] + 137
    1 Message 0x00007fff88da3649 -[MFAssertionHandler handleFailureInMethod:object:file:lineNumber:description:] + 220
    2 Message 0x00007fff88c63abb -[IMAPToDoStoreReconciliationAgent prepareToReconcileForMailboxID:] + 138
    3 Message 0x00007fff88c634d6 -[ToDoReconciler(Internal) _triggerAgentsForPhase] + 631
    4 Message 0x00007fff88c62ac1 -[ToDoReconciler requestReconciliation:] + 911
    5 Message 0x00007fff88c62717 -[IMAPToDoStoreReconciliationAgent requestReconciliation] + 102
    6 Message 0x00007fff88c4561b -[IMAPMailboxSyncEngine _goWithMessages:] + 1278
    7 Message 0x00007fff88c188af -[LibraryIMAPStore openSynchronouslyUpdatingMetadata:withOptions:] + 343
    8 CoreFoundation 0x00007fff866b696c __invoking___ + 140
    9 CoreFoundation 0x00007fff866b683d -[NSInvocation invoke] + 141
    10 Message 0x00007fff88bfbbcd -[MonitoredInvocation invoke] + 214
    11 Message 0x00007fff88be2bd5 -[ThrowingInvocationOperation main] + 31
    12 Message 0x00007fff88be2515 -[_MFInvocationOperation main] + 275
    13 Foundation 0x00007fff8101ede4 -[__NSOperationInternal start] + 681
    14 Foundation 0x00007fff810fdbeb __doStart2 + 97
    15 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff862472c4 _dispatch_call_block_and_release + 15
    16 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff86225831 _dispatch_worker_thread2 + 239
    17 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff86225168 _pthread_wqthread + 353
    18 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff86225005 start_wqthread + 13
    )

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    iMad

    Ik heb dit gevonden:
    Apple Discussions

    En dit zou de oplossing kunnen zijn:

    Well, I may have a fix for this problem. I’ve been dual booting linux for some coding/testing and decided to set up my IMAP accounts in Evolution (http://projects.gnome.org/evolution/). Each IMAP account that I have configured in Mail had a folder “Apple Mail To Do”, a folder that is normally hidden from the IMAP namespace in Apple Mail. I deleted the folders in Evolution and now, back in OS X and Apple Mail, the error messages no longer appear.

    If you’re no longer storing To Dos on your IMAP server, you might be able to fix the problem by quitting Mail and deleting the Apple Mail To Do mbox in your ~/Library/Mail/[email protected]/ folder. Each of my affected accounts had an mbox file “Apple Mail To Do.imapmbox” that no longer exists after deleting the mailbox in Evolution (confirmed in my Time Machine backup). Note that depending on your IMAP namespace config, the “Apple Mail To Do.imapmbox” file might be in a subfolder of your ~/Library/Mail/[email protected]/ folder, for example under INBOX or [Gmail].

    If this doesn’t work, you might have to download a different email client that will show you your full IMAP folder tree (Thunderbird will probably work). Delete the folders there, and Mail should get rid of them in your ~/Library/Mail folders next time it runs.

    Let me know if you have any luck with this. Obviously this isn’t really a “fix” for the problem, as Mail should be smart enough to delete the mbox files when you choose to stop storing To Dos on the server. Anyway, at least it cleans up the logs.

    -Kris

    EDIT: A bit of Googling indicates you must delete the Apple Mail To Do mailbox on the server. If you only delete it in your ~/Library/Mail folder, it will reappear the next time Mail synchronizes the folders (I suppose that’s to be expected:P ). It would probably be best to delete both the local mbox file and the mailbox on the server to make sure Mail doesn’t try to recreate the directory. If your affected account happens to be a Gmail account, you can log into the Gmail web interface and delete Gmail’s Apple Mail To Do “label”.

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    MoNdO GeNeRaToR

    Heb ik gedaan! Hopelijk lost dat mijn probleem op.

    Translator is trouwens een goeie tip!

    Bedankt!

    Mondo

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