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    I have currently an error on store sync after "authorized":
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    INFO: Ext.io.data.Proxy.sync: Start sync of database: xxx app.js:1
    INFO: client-pubsub: 6IyQiJUA25wBIx6LxlVNGxFEd0xbLx subscribed to Users/CxwPSxOFxSrXoTx7xR3S2TcowZXt
    WARNING: RPC request has timed out as there was no reply from the server. Correlation Id: 4 app.js:1
    WARNING: See documentation for Ext.io.Io.setup (rpcTimeoutDuration, rpcTimeoutCheckInterval) to configure the timeout check app.js:1
    ERROR: Error running RPC timeout checks -> TypeError
    with TypeError.type = "non_object_property_load"

    Is it a Sencha server problem ?
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    are we down again?

    "RPC request timeout" out is one of several symptoms that come with a server issue.
    prob not your issue.

    we wait
    Regards Maurice

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    Looks fine now, sync succeed !
    Thanks guys
    Goldledoigt

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    down again ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldledoigt View Post
    down again ?
    Yes down again Seriously we need a solution for that. When servers will be more stable? Actualy i'm testing with just few data, one user and one device and server crashes. But what gonna happen when there will be hundreds or thounsands of users, devices and huge data??

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    Maybe you should use something more professional like Parse.com.
    That works, has full doku, good support and is not in alpha stage as Sencha.io.