I already read some threads about iCloud syncing issues, but it seems in most cases there are only disappearing some notes and in connection with the iOS app.
I already had some issues with Logseq and iCloud syncing, so I switched back to Dropbox a few month ago and never had any problems. And if there had been a problem, I could restore the files from the Dropbox history (I have an old account with the packrat option). Unfortunately I could’t use the iOS app.
Last week a friend of mine started using Logseq and had no issues with the iCloud sync and the iOS app. I thought I could switch back and finally could access my data via the iOS app. And if something goes wrong, I could restore most data from my Backblaze backup.
Tonight I worked two hours on my MacBook, while I was online and changed some notes in Logseq. I restarted my MacBook and coincidentally I had the finder window open showing my Logseq iCloud folder.
I could not believe my eyes, when I saw that file after file started to disappear from the folder. Only one file stayed in the journals folder and one file in the pages folder. In the bak folder of Logseq also was only one file left.
But then I found a folder named like my Logseq folder plus “sync backup” In the trashcan. It seems that there are all missing files in this folder. I never saw a folder like this in the trashcan and therefore I believe it is the result of a Logseq process and not of the macOS system.
Has anybody some insights on this?
PS: Version 0.8.7 (0.8.7).