thx for this great piece of SW.
I am running it on a MAC, and due to some previous issues went on to Canary. Works well…
… well, until reboot. It seems then to revert back to the beta version, throwing the error that the database requires version 12. Download Canary, everything is fine - until the next reboot.
Currently running Canary 22.214.171.124 - happily working through a couple of GB.
I don’t have a Mac, but there was recently a mention in a 126.96.36.199 topic of build issue of unsigned builds, which was going to be looked at. I’m not sure if 188.8.131.52 has the issue, but I suppose you could test 107.
Do you recall how you did that? Download from releases and manual install should overwrite Beta version.
Downgrading / reverting to a lower version talks about where updates are stored if autoupdater does them.
You can look in the upgrades folder to see if it has upgrades from the web UI autoupdater. If it’s there, then the question would be why it wasn’t picked up. The main Duplicati install should find and run latest update.
You might want to at least look at About --> System info for the following:
ServerVersionName – should be 184.108.40.206
Files for the update might be under /Library/Application Support/Duplicati/updates
You can also see if there’s a 220.127.116.11 there, however possibly that’s your base version install.
Updates are integrity-checked before being used. If update folder changed, update is ignored.
Do you mean server version is now back to 18.104.22.168, or did it revert? If a second reboot lost it somehow, then see if the folder is still there, and inspect it for changes, ideally comparing it to a folder that started at reboot. You can either copy the folder that started, or download a .zip file from the 22.214.171.124 release page.
I fixed the issue by uninstalling and reinstalling latest Beta, so both base and actual version are now on the latest.
However, this reversion might be something to keep an eye on - I will certainly do.
Thanks for your help