On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 3:58 PM, Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 12:33 PM, Jaap Karssenberg
> <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hmm, bit out of ideas. Two things that you could try:
>>
>
>> 2/ use commandline to re-index the notebook (zim --index
>> /path/to/notebook) if this helps it might be due to some corruption in
>> the indexing
>>
>
> This is what I did first. Still, opening the particular notebook pegs the CPU.
>
>
>> 1/ open the notebook on a different page ("zim /path/to/notebook
>> pagename") if it works the error could be due to parsing the specific
>> page
>
> Still pegs.
>
>
>> No idea what might be wrong specifically :(
>>
>
> Moving ~/.zim/עבודה/notebook.zim allows the notebook to "open" but I
> just get a blank window with a Zim taskbar icon. There is no content
> in the windows (grey background, no widgets).
>
> Copying the notebook.zim of a working notebook does not help, opening
> it (with the other notebook's name in the Open Notebook dialogue)
> still pegs the CPU.
>
> Deleting one of the עבודה subdirectories did solve the problem.
> Interestingly, after opening Zim I was able to see the subpages in the
> Tree, but as I clicked on them to see their contents (obviously empty)
> they disappeared from the Tree. So obviously there exists a cache
> somewhere.
>
> Copying the subdirectory back from the backup that I made less than
> one hour ago, and Zim works as expected. That means that the files as
> of now (with Zim working) are identical to those when Zim was pegging
> the CPU. Filesystem error, maybe?

Honestly I have no idea what might have caused this :(

-- Jaap

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