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The problem is that your inventory is WAY too big, and you have folders that are individually WAY too full.  When you log in, the asset servers send an update of your inventory to refresh the cache in your client.  The bigger your inventory is, the longer that takes.  If it's too big, the transfer will time out before it finishes, so you'll end up with an incomplete cache.

The ultimate solution is to start throwing away things, to get your inventory down to a manageable size (< 40K or so).  Failing that, you can try at least restructuring your inventory so that you divide the contents your largest folders into smaller subfolders with 100 item or so each. Meanwhile, you can try some of the strategies listed at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_missing_inventory .  They may give you some temporary relief.

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The problem is that your inventory is WAY too big, and you have folders that are individually WAY too full.  When you log in, the asset servers send an update of your inventory to refresh the cache in your client.  The bigger your inventory is, the longer that takes.  If it's too big, the transfer will time out before it finishes, so you'll end up with an incomplete cache.

The ultimate solution is to start throwing away things, to get your inventory down to a manageable size (< 40K or so).  Failing that, you can try at least restructuring your inventory so that you divide the contents your largest folders into smaller subfolders with 100 item or so each. Meanwhile, you can try some of the strategies listed at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_missing_inventory .  They may give you some temporary relief.

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