Thanks for the help - I finally deleted the 2 I mentioned, then went into ~/Library/Preferences and got rid of com.apple.MCX and com.apple.FileSyncAgent, then it started to sync!!!
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On Jul 30, 2011, at 5:06 AM, Patrick Pepels wrote:
> On Jul 29, 2011, at 5:48 PM, Tom Renaud wrote:
>> I have reset the file sync by deleting:
>> After reformatting the computer and logging in all files copy over, but will then not sync on logout, login, or automatically. Here is the log from logout and login. Any help would be much appreciated.
> Just to be sure: did you delete the files and directories both on the client and on the server?
> If so, I'm not sure what could cause this problem, but there are lots of things you could try and check.
> What versions of OS X are you running at the client and the server? Did you make any changes to sync rules for this client or user?
> Can you successfully sync another client (preferably same OS version and in the same OD-group with the same syncing preferences) from the same AFP server?
> Do things improve if you create a new OD-computergroup with default sync settings and move the client into this new group and out of the old one?
> Can you check the managed preferences for syncing rules on the client?
> Do you get the right set of preferences if you delete the current ones in "/Library/Managed Preferences"?
> I ran into a situation once where a badly formulated sync-rule would disrupt login/logout syncing for all clients in a managed group of clients.
> Lots of things can cause problems with PHD syncing. The AFP server and setup, the OD lists and managed sync preferences, a wrong set of cached mcx-preferences on the client, corrupted sync-sets... Always a difficult task to pinpoint the exact cause. But if you check all things involved these problems can usually be solved.
> Best of luck!
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