Kmail2/Akonadi issue on FreeBSD.

Martin (KDE) kde at
Tue Nov 29 13:28:52 GMT 2011

Am 29.11.2011 00:40, schrieb Chuck Burns:
> DataStore (Database Error): DataStore::beginTransaction Driver said:
> QMYSQL: Unable to begin transaction Database said:MySQL server has
> gone awayAgentBase(akonadi_imap_resource_0): Unknown error. (There is
> no transaction in progress.)

Hm, this sounds like a database problem. As MySQL changes there are some
problems with akonadi and mysql. There is a web site with tips if there
are problems with kmail (one line):

Maybe this helps.


> More info
> Chuck Burns
> On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 11:38 AM, Chuck Burns <break19 at> wrote:
>> I compiled the kdepim4.7.3 version under FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE, and while
>> everything -seemed- to work just fine, I am finding that is not quite
>> the case.
>> After I added my 2 IMAP accounts, they failed to show up at all in
>> KMail2, but existed in Akonadi Console's list, so I restarted the
>> akonadi mysql server, restarted KMail2, and voila, They show up there
>> now..
>> Not so fast, however... It only downloaded a few messages from one
>> account, nothing on my other IMAP account shows up at all.
>> However, by checking thru the "Server-side Subscription" Akonadi is
>> able to see my email folders, just is refusing get any more messages.
>> But wait! There's more! (lol)
>> I cannot -read- the message that it -does- show in the list.  I select
>> the messages, and they do not show up in my message window.
>> I am getting this from the "Enable Debugger" check box:
>> AkonadiConsole Browser Widget (0x805ca4550) 4 FETCH 1:* FULLPAYLOAD
>> AkonadiConsole Browser Widget (0x805ca4550) 4 NO Unable to fetch item
>> from backend
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