I’ve been successfully syncing an iMac, MacBook Air, 2 iPads and an iPhone for quite a while. MacAir is on Catalina, iMac was on High Sierra, iPads one on 12 and one on 13 (can’t go get details on specific version if required and iPhone on 13.
I just updated the iMac to Catalina and now sync has gone totally weird.
I use a Synology NAS server with a WebDAV sync store. Looking at the location on the NAS there are now 2 different sync store files.
Note the case difference.
I tried to figure out which of the various devices was using which sync store but could not figure it out because all of them report the location just as asgard_sync. So I set all devices to sync manually only. Verified that I have the databases on my iMac and also a backup on an external drive that is disconnected. I tried to delete the location on the iMac so as to create a new clean one but right clicking on the location the delete is greyed out.
Deleted both sync locations off the NAS. Created a new sync location on the iMac and am slowly uploading all the databases. However in the preferences panel there is another greyed out Asgard sync WebDAv and I cannot delete it.
Plan is to slowly add devices back one at a time by creating a new WebDAV connection but I really want to get rid of the excess/old ones and I cannot figure out how to do that.