This problem is a bit complex - I think:
On Sept. the 13th I created a drive image backup of the Ubuntu partition on my Laptop. The SSD is dual-boot, so it also contains a Windows-OS-partition, an NTFS data-partition with all my personal files, and some very small hidden system partitions.
On Oct. the 6th something went seriously wrong, and I had to restore the Ubuntu partition backup.
Now I have just discovered that when logging in on http://localhost:8200/ngax/index.html#/restore/1 it says that the newest backup is from Sept. the 12th - just before making the drive image backup I restored on Oct. the 6th…
But when looking directly into the backup-‘bucket’ in Backblaze B2, the newest backup seems to be from Oct. the 5th: [duplicati-20181005T192200Z.dlist.zip.aes]…
I am almost “proud” of being able to cause such a complicated problem…
Does anyone have any good ideas about what to do?
NB! I created 3 somewhat similar topics in June-July:
"How to make Duplicati start automatically with Ubuntu?
“Automatic backups stopped on June 23rd!”
“Automatic backups not running after Ubuntu restart”
I received excellent help on all of them. Thank you!
I DO have a drive image backup of the Ubuntu partition from just before it was deleted by the restore!
I use a quite good free backup software called Paragon HD Manager 16 Basic.