i had to change the URL of my seafile server (e.g., from example.com:1234/seafile to example.org:1234/seafile). it looks like all went well, i can reach and use the web interface without errors or warnings, the renewed SSL certificate is accepted.
after that, i went into the account settings of the seafile desktop client (linux, v7.0.6) and changed the URL accordingly. i was given a warning that the certificate is invalid (interestingly, the dialog mentioned the old URL which was just replaced, of course that can’t be validated), i chose to accept it anyway. since then all my synced libraries appear as grey clouds. i can browse them in the clients file browser, so it is obviously capable of reaching the files. however, i am unable to sync any library and not even to unsync it. also resyncing doesn’t do anything. what i can do is syncing previously unsynced libraries which are presented with a green arrow cloud when finished, so there’s generally no problem with communicating to the server.
i assume the client is somehow using outdated information (the old URL) for the previously synced libraries. my question is: is there any local “reset” i can do to tell the client to get used to the new URL without removing the account and configuring everything from scratch?