After sychonisation, the following error message appears:
"Error; PUT 76a6fa39843364211966f007fc0dad023.md: Unknown error 2 (507)"
There is sufficient memory available. A file named 76a6fa39843364211966f007fc0dad023.md could not be found.
This error message is completely incomprehensible.
Thank you for your help.
A 507 error points to a problem with the web.de webdav server, rather than the Joplin client.
507 Insufficient Storage (WebDAV; RFC 4918)
The server is unable to store the representation needed to complete the request.
In a recent similar question on this forum it appeared that the user had reached the quota limit set by the server owners.
Thank you for your answer. I have asked the hotline. There are too many files that Joplin creates. Web.de limits the number of files allowed per folder to 3000.
Therefore, I ask more questions that arise for me:
- Is there a way to limit the number of files?
- U. U. I would like to switch to the Joplin cloud, since there will probably not be this problem. But I have two questions: a) Where are the servers located? b) Are they environmentally friendly (renewable energy)?
Not that I know of apart from reducing the number of notes, attachments, tags, etc. But I am not a dev.
According to this post answered by @laurent, the servers are AWS and located in Ohio, but may soon be moved to Europe. I have no idea how environmentally friendly AWS is.
Interesting restriction: I've read somewhere else in this forum that some public clouds have a limit of 100.000 files in total. Has anyone experienced similar issues? Joplin's web clipper (which I like very much) can create a plethora of tiny files if you choose one of the "complete/simplified page" options.