204 “Illegal Realm path (BIND)”
Indicates that the Realm path is not valid for the user.
207 “Bad server file identifier (IDENT)”
Indicates that the local Realm specifies a link to a server-side Realm that does not exist. This is most likely because the server state has been completely reset.
211 “Diverging histories (IDENT)”
Indicates that the local Realm specifies a server version that does not exists. This is most likely because the server state has been partially reset (for example because a backup was restored).
105 “Wrong protocol version (CLIENT)”
The client and the server use different versions of the sync protocol due to a mismatch in upgrading.
108 “Client file bound in other session (IDENT)”
Indicates that multiple sync sessions for the same client-side Realm file overlap in time.
203 “Bad user authentication (BIND, REFRESH)”
Indicates that the server has produced a bad token, or that the SDK has done something wrong.
206 “Permission denied (BIND, REFRESH)”
Indicates that the user does not have permission to access the Realm at the given path.
Occasionally it can be useful for debugging purposes to check the Realm Object Server logs - which are in the terminal window on macOS or
/var/log/realm-object-server.log on Linux systems. Realm Object Server produces two specific classes of error and warning diagnostics that may be useful to system admins and developers.
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