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Addons are not syncing
I've got some problem with syncing addons - they are not syncing. Yesterday I've installed Firefox Lockwise on my home PC. Today I start FF on my work PC and Lockwise did not install. Same story was earlier with some other addons. Perphaps there was a solution, but I wasn't able to find it.
Everything on PC is up-to-date (FF 67.0.1).
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Lockwise might be an exception because it is still in alpha state and is installed from its GitHub web page and not from the Add-ons website as you can see if you hover the install button.
Only extensions hosted on the Add-ons website will be synced.
Lopckwise will be builtin in future Firefox versions (about:logins) and won't have to be installed.
I've given bad example - apologize for this.
Doesn't matter from where I install addon - situation still appears. I've downloaded FeedBro from Firefox Add-ons page (https://addons.mozilla.org/pl/firefox/addon/feedbroreader/) and it also doesn't sync.
You can open about:sync-log via the location bar to see if there is a recent log available. You can upload a recent log if the log is too big to put in a reply.
It looks that you have too many extensions and have exceeded your storage quota.
1559731545613 Sync.Engine.Extension-Storage ERROR Syncing firstname.lastname@example.org: request failed: Error: HTTP 507 Insufficient Storage: Resource access is forbidden for this user (Collection maximum size exceeded (301168 > 204800 Bytes).)(resource://services-common/kinto-http-client.js:2645:5) JS Stack trace: ServerResponse@kinto-http-client.js:2645:5 processResponse@kinto-http-client.js:2792:13 1559731545614 Sync.Engine.Extension-Storage WARN Syncing failed: Error: HTTP 507 Insufficient Storage: Resource access is forbidden for this user (Collection maximum size exceeded (301168 > 204800 Bytes).)(resource://services-common/kinto-http-client.js:2645:5) JS Stack
I wasn't aware that there are limits. Is there any site which shows that?
I'm using forever the same package and till this day there were no problems with add-ons.
I think that extensions should be synced. Extension storage data can grow over time (I see Stylus and Tampermonkey as extensions that stores script files), but I can't tell from the report where exactly it goes wrong. Most of the report is taken by Sync.BulkKeyBundle lines
- Sync.BulkKeyBundle INFO BulkKeyBundle being created for [default]