[CalendarServer-users] Multiple logins causes password prompts in iCal
dre at apple.com
Thu Dec 15 09:19:46 PST 2011
On Dec 15, 2011, at 3:39 AM, Glyph wrote:
> What authentication backend are you using? If your authentication backend becomes unavailable intermittently that may manifest as an authentication failure which would cause iCal to pop up a dialog. It's possible there's another issue of course, it's hard to say more without more information :).
Indeed. On that note:
On the server, you can set LogLevel to debug in caldavd.plist and restart the service.
On the client, you can either set some defaults to persistently enable logging, or launch iCal via Terminal with debug cli arguments for temporary logging.
# the persistent way (set these to NO to disable)
defaults write com.apple.ical CalDAVNotificationLog YES
defaults write com.apple.ical LogHTTPActivity YES
defaults write com.apple.ical LogCalDAVAutoDiscovery YES
defaults write com.apple.ical IncludeDebugMenu YES
# the temporary way
Launch ical in Terminal as follows; all iCal logging goes to the Terminal window.
/Applications/iCal.app/Contents/MacOS/iCal -LogHTTPActivity YES -iTIPLogDetailedActivity YES -CalDAVNotificationLog YES
> On Dec 15, 2011, at 5:22 AM, Jonathan Selander wrote:
>> For collaboration purposes i have the same calendar mapped for several users, and it seems these calendars sometimes get password prompts in iCal, without any errors in the log. Ideas how to get around this or what can cause it?
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