Subject. --full-result doesn’t show backup size, what added to previosly.
What you want may be
It can be run from the Web UI on the Commandline page like this to compare two versions:
For some reason the version numbers have to be on different lines or else it tries to parse it as datetime objects.
I mean different size, i.e. subtraction current backup size and previous.
It displays the size of each backup. It’s just a bad example because the only difference was a tiny change in one text file
Size of backup 0: 41.41 GB Size of backup 9: 41.03 GB
This one is from a better backup example with more data changes
Just to make sure I’m understanding, @Pectojin’s suggestion gives you the raw data to get what you want (in his example,
0.38 GB) but you’re wondering if there’s a way to have Duplicati specifically say “The backup grew by X GB with this last backup.”?
Yes, exactly what I want!)
You’re not the only one!
While the feature doesn’t exist yet, you might want to take a look at this topic where something similar has been discussed (but not yet implemented):