Joplin 2.13.15 (prod, linux)
ID klienta: d852f89bdc964fbc8f250eb14bff47e2
Wersja synchronizacji: 3
Wersja profilu: 44
Wspierany menadżer kluczy: Nie
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Usually I was using Joplin on Manjaro as a snap. However, I was testing some distro based on Ubuntu 22 (probably from deb), and installed joplin there, synced and to my surprise, instead of dozens of notebooks and over 100 of notices, I got 1 notebook from old ones and "All notices" notebook with random 15 notices.
I thought that was a sync error and didn't make much of it. I could use it on another system. I was in the middle of moving system between discs and the snap folder didn't survive but I hoped that the sync will handle the problem. To my huge surprise, again, I had the same situation: 1 old notebook and about 15 random notices in "All notices" notebook.
To be clear, during sync I saw "Created 74" but no of such notices showed up.
I found the info about restoring data from the database, but frankly, I don't understand it. Actually, I do, but I have trouble of following a few parts of the instruction and that makes the whole instruction useless:
Is the database downloaded from Dropbox containing history, or is it created anew based on the first sync? This is important to know, if the database contains the lost data.
Frankly, this is a disaster and if I don't restore it, I will gave up on joplin, as a tool I can't rely on and trust. The security of data (that they won't get lost) is everything. The only backup is my 3-4 year old data on Evernote where I moved from to joplin. This will mean I will lose all notices I had from the last 3-4 years, which is bad, but still better than nothing.
Please, restore my faith and help me restore lost notices. I never thought I have to do backup of joplin database, given the fact that it's also in cloud. Fresh installed joplin shouldn't delete the data in cloud during first sync, so I have no idea what happened. Probably the version of the joplin on the other system was much older, but what it exactly did - no idea.