On last version I can’t see what elements was added. I see only elements counts.
Including source path: D:\Documents\Somepath
Matched 2 files (30,94 КБ)
I tried add “–full-result” but without success.
Before It worked fine. What’s reason?
Most likely the new log system is causing some problems here. I did test this feature, but it appears I missed a case somewhere.
Maybe there is a temp solution and when will it be fixed?
I cannot seem to reproduce this.
I tried something like this:
> mono Duplicati.CommandLine.exe test-filters /testuser/Desktop --include=*.txt
Including source path: /testuser/Desktop/
Including path due to filter: /testuser/Desktop/xyz/ => (*.TXT) || (*/)
Including path due to filter: /testuser/Desktop/abc/ => (*.TXT) || (*/)
Including path due to filter: /testuser/Desktop/throttle-target/ => (*.TXT) || (*/)
Excluding path due to filter: /testuser/Desktop/.DS_Store => null
Excluding path due to filter: /testuser/Desktop/.localized => null
Excluding path due to filter: /testuser/Desktop/structure.pdf => null
What version of Duplicati are you using?
Windows Server 2016. I didn’t see this problem before.
I think I found reason. Replace --include to --exclude some file mask.
Can you post an example commandline that worked before but does not work now?
BTW, why on the second case D:\TestPath\~$SomeFile.xlsx was matched?
Ok, I figured it out.
The problem is that files that do not match any filters (include or exclude) are not reported.
The second run should be:
D:\Scripts>“C:\Program Files\Duplicati 2\Duplicati.CommandLine.exe” test-filters “D:\TestPath” --exclude="*\~*.xlsx"
With the filter
~*.xlsx nothing is matched (it matches the filename, but not the entire path), hence nothing is displayed in the output.
I have fixed it and it will be part of the next canary.
Great! So I can use in next canary --exclude="~*.xlsx" ?
What’s why I saw warning about this file types when backup was creating and the file was busy by Excel.
No, you need to match the full path, so:
--exclude="*\~*.xlsx" is the right expression.