This happens to me on the Mac OSX version with SIP accounts. I see it in
#1 Adding an account - account does not add. If you add SIP account and
open another window (say to get credentials, sometimes when you come back
and click the Add button, the account does not add. I have no been able to
pin down how to specifically re-create it. I know it happens more often
when I take longer to setup the account and/or switch windows then come
#2 Accounts overwriting other accounts. If I add a 2nd SIP account where I
already have a SIP account, occasionally the 2nd SIP account will overwrite
the 1st SIP account and become mixed. For example if I currently have
extension firstname.lastname@example.org - then later I add email@example.com -
I will end up with --> firstname.lastname@example.org. I erase the mixed account
and re-add when this happens.
I have not personally experienced where 1 account will simply disappear.
It always seems to occur in use case #2 where it gets overwritten.
More or less, I saw this as possibly a Mac only issue due to it editing
some type of properties file and maybe the file system writer or property
editor was buggy. Just putting info here since you say this occurs on
Note. I am not running the stable build I am running the nightly.
On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 11:28 AM, Damian Minkov <email@example.com> wrote:
we used to have such a problem only on windows, but haven't heard of
it for a while. It happens when Jitsi is running and you logoff or
shutdown the PC. If it happens that Jitsi is killed just when writing
to the config file, the file is not entirely written and then could
happen what you describe.
I hope, this will be fixed once we stop using properties/xml files and
move to using embedded db.
On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 1:15 AM, Anthony Papillion <firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> For a few versions now, I've seen complaints here and there about
> Jitsi 'losing' accounts. For example: someone will set up an XMPP
> account and a SIP account and use them for a while. Then, one day,
> they open Jitsi and the accounts are all gone and must be set up
> again. This often happens without any sort of upgrade to the Jitsi
> software at all.
> I personally have been bitten by this bug in several versions and so
> have a few people I know. Is there a workaround to this or is it
> something currently being worked on? Unfortunately, I can't really
> post steps to reproduce the bug since it happens pretty randomly.
> Any thoughts on what is happening here and how it can be fixed?
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