very slow syncml in v2.2.4?

Gunnar Wrobel wrobel at
Mon Aug 16 10:30:56 CEST 2010

Hi Gavin,

Zitat von Gavin McCullagh <gavin.mccullagh at>:

> Hi,
> my boss has 2300 contacts and is using Funambol with Outlook to sync them
> to his Kolab contacts.  This was working fine last week.
> I upgraded from v2.2.3 to v2.2.4 the other day and am testing it now, his
> contact syncing is taking an incredibly long time to run (on contact 800 of
> 2300 after about 14 minutes).  I can see apache processes taking near to
> 90% CPU all the while.

Is this reproducible? Does it occur even if the previous sync was complete?

> Was this code changed in v2.2.4?  Is there an easy way to see what patches
> were applied in the transition from v2.2.3 to v2.2.4?  I guess CVS is the
> obvious answer, but if someone could advise me where in there to look that
> would be great.

I believe there were some changes in that area but I'd need to check  
myself to get the exact list. The best location to look at is probably

If you have further details we should probably try to fix this together ;)



> Thanks,
> Gavin
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