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Hi

 

Never saw that before, at a customer.
How do I fix this?

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SQLite corruption

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Jul 19, 2020

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Never saw that before, at a customer.
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Never saw that either.

 

Their catalog is being corrupted by some hardware fault. Uzip the most recent cartalog backup and load that to test (actually make a copy of it to be on the safe side).

Then find out what hardware problem has caused the corruption.

 

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They are working on a local catalog with the photo on a Synology NAS. The catalog itself is locally located in a Synology Teamfolder that is also synced to the Synology once finished working.

I'm having the same setup myself, with Windows though.

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The catalog itself is locally located in a Synology Teamfolder that is also synced to the Synology once finished working.

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I bet this is All of the problem. Something on the NAS > Team folder has corrupted the catalog file.

 

Simple fact is the LrC catalog was never intended to be used with any type of Networked device. 

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From Mac/PC/Lightroom view, this is an absolutely normal local folder.

It's the same as if I would make a copy manually to an external/NAS drive, except that it is done automatically.

However, I also suspect that something around that synchronization caused the error - probably user ...

I'm using this setup with no issues so far. The only important thing is not to try to open a catalog right after starting the PC before syncronization has finished, if syncronization is needed at all.

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