[CalendarServer-users] Limitations on number events?

Cyrus Daboo cdaboo at apple.com
Wed Feb 11 13:07:17 PST 2009

Hi Sean,

--On February 11, 2009 6:22:37 PM +0100 Sean McAvoy <smcavoy at ripe.net> 

>> What does the server's access.log and error.log look like for this
>> problem? Also, what are the timestamps on iCal's log entries? In
>> particular, it could be that iCal is timing out waiting on the
>> server (i.e. a performance issue rather than a limit).
> I would hope it not a performance issue, its single quad core with 4gb of
> RAM :) acting as a OD Server and running the calendar server.
> I've included a lot of the error log as nothing stands out for me,
> perhaps for you?
> access.log:
> - smcavoy [11/Feb/2009:18:05:39 +0200] "PROPFIND
> /calendars/__uids__/819B6FB2-066B-446C-854F-DC14DDD937D8/calendar/
> HTTP/1.1" 207 496208 "-" "D AVKit/3.0.6 (653); CalendarStore/3.0.6 (847);
> iCal/3.0.6 (1273); Mac OS X/10.5.6 (9G55)" [80504.2 ms]

What do other PROPFINDs look like in terms of the [XXX ms] value reported 
in the access.log? What does cpu and memory use show on that machine?

Note that according to the access log the server did send back a response 
for that PROPFIND, so I find it a little odd that the client saw nothing. 
Are there any intermediary devices (firewalls, routers etc) between the 
client and server?

Cyrus Daboo

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