Hello, On antradienis 07 Birželis 2011 16:05:06 Ansgar Burchardt wrote: > Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > 21:59, Magnus Holmgren rašė: > >> On lördagen den 30 april 2011, you stated the following: > >>> Changes: > >>> akonadi (1.3.1-4) unstable; urgency=low > >>> . > >>> > >>> * Add patch 04_socket_location.diff to allow akonadi-server to run > >>> when > >>> > >>> HOME is mounted to the network filesystem (Closes: #545139). Thanks to > >>> Ansgar Burchardt for the patch. > >> > >> After upgrading to that version, kmail stopped working because it (or > >> rather libakonadi-kde4, or libakonadiprivate1?) still tries to use the > >> old socket path. > > > > To be honest, your statement is conflicting. "kmail *stopped* working > > because it still tries to use *old* socket path". It is either kmail > > worked before (with old path) or it didn't (hence you need new > > path). Sorry, but I don't understand. > > > >> What have I missed regarding how clients find the socket? (No socket > >> > >> path is defined in ~/.config/akonadi/akonadiserverrc, so the new default > >> is used.) > > > > Akonadi is supposed to create a socket in /tmp only if it can't do > > that in $HOME. > > No, with the patch akonadi will always create the socket in /tmp and > only place a symlink in $HOME (unless SocketDirectory is set in the > configuration). > > This means that new processes will not be able to connect to the old > socket after an upgrade; it should work correctly once the database > process is restarted. I did not bother with caring about the upgrade > case when I wrote the initial patch, but for a stable update we might > want to look for an already existing socket in the old location first. Stable update has been requested a month and a half ago  and, apparently, already is a pretty complicated decision for release team. So please make this as painless as possible or it may never get to stable.  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=624647 -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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