[CalendarServer-users] 'reset' a calendar/user?

tack tack at tractionco.com
Mon Jun 23 15:17:25 PDT 2008

I'm thinking also that maybe nothing is wrong server-side.  It's just  
that the first time you try to subscribe to this huge calendar, it  
takes longer than iCal's 30 second timeout will allow.  I found this  
and similar on google:


We tried subscribing using Lightning and it took 2 minutes, but it  
worked.  So I think there could be something to this.

So... I know it's more of a client side question, but anybody know how  
to increase iCal's timeout interval?  I couldn't find it in the plist  
or in defaults read com.apple.iCal.  And I didn't find it in the  
application bundle, but haven't opened anything in resource or hex  

I'd like to try this before I delete anybodies calendar data.


On Jun 23, 2008, at 11:39 AM, Cyrus Daboo wrote:

> Hi tack,
> --On June 23, 2008 11:12:56 AM -0700 tack <tack at tractionco.com> wrote:
>> My big question is:  How can I revert people's calendars/users to a
>> state where they're accessible or 'fresh' if my theory is correct?  I
>> don't want to irreparably break my test subjects account and if I'm
>> right, I want to fix the users who are having problems.  Is it as
>> simple as commenting them out of accounts.xml, waiting 10 minutes  
>> then
>> uncommenting them?  Do I have to do some gnarly SQL-Fu?  And worst
>> case scenario; can I simply blow away the whole database, restart
>> caldavd, redo my acl/proxy stuff in the command line client and be
>> merrily on my way?
> If you don't care about existing data, simple option would be to  
> delete the entire calendar imported into and create a new one.
> -- 
> Cyrus Daboo

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