Recently I had a disk fail whose contents I was backing up to a local drive.
However there are two issues that are complicating the restore - the local database appears to be in need of a repair/rebuild and the backup set has a file that may be corrupt (based on the warning I get doing a command line restore).
I tried a command line restore, but based on the size of the backup (1.2 TB) and the time it takes for each “Downloading file” step at 200MB / chunk suggests that will take weeks/months.
Likewise, attempting a restore via the GUI of all files gets me in to the “recreating database” scenario where it looks like it’ll take weeks as well.
What’s odd is that Duplicati’s restore interface is aware of the files in the backup set and let’s me navigate them, so on some level the database is intact, yes?
Is there a more efficient restore method / option I’m missing that allows me to just restore everything or otherwise avoid a weeks-long process?
Happy to attempt any set of parameters and post relevant logs on such attempts. I upgraded to the latest canary build as part of my troubleshooting.