I am just now seeing this message on NC 24. How do we go about finding the calendar in question? I’m onboarding several people that are migrating calendars from Google so I am not sure where the culprit could be.
it doesn’t really make sense to re-open a thread after SIX years.
Pls give out proper information about your system, your system environment, logs etc.
Nextcloud 24.0.6 on an in-house Ubuntu 20.04.5. The Calendar app is at 3.5.5. We use the Google Integration app for migrating Google Calendars for what it is worth. So I’m not sure if I just need to track down the offending user/calendar and figure out what is unique on the event. But with so many users and calendars, I’m not sure how to track it down.
Sabre\VObject\Recur\MaxInstancesExceededException: Recurring events are only allowed to generate 3500 /var/www/nextcloud/apps/dav/lib/CalDAV/Reminder/ReminderService.php - line 452: Sabre\VObject\Recur\EventIterator->valid() /var/www/nextcloud/apps/dav/lib/CalDAV/Reminder/ReminderService.php - line 169: OCA\DAV\CalDAV\Reminder\ReminderService->deleteOrProcessNext() /var/www/nextcloud/apps/dav/lib/BackgroundJob/EventReminderJob.php - line 69: OCA\DAV\CalDAV\Reminder\ReminderService->processReminders() /var/www/nextcloud/lib/public/BackgroundJob/Job.php - line 79: OCA\DAV\BackgroundJob\EventReminderJob->run() /var/www/nextcloud/lib/public/BackgroundJob/TimedJob.php - line 95: OCP\BackgroundJob\Job->execute() /var/www/nextcloud/cron.php - line 151: OCP\BackgroundJob\TimedJob->execute()
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