OK - so it looks like:
- 2018-04-06 @ 10:07 AM you started a rebuild (not repair) at which point it started downloading 522 filelists (as it should)
- 2018-04-06 @ 10:50 AM it started downloading 2,027 index files (as it should)
- 2018-04-06 @ 11:17 AM it noticed the …9eef.dblock.zip.aes file included in the index files did could NOT be found on the destination
- 2018-04-06 @ 11:24 AM it started processing 110 blocklist volumes
- 2018-04-06 @ 01:16 PM it finished the recreate and started a verification
- 2018-04-06 @ 01:17 PM it finished the verification and flagged the recreate as complete
- 2018-04-06 @ 01:19 PM it seems to have started a “missed” backup (likely scheduled to run during the repair) and complained about the missing …9eef.dblock.zip.aes file
- 2018-04-06 @ 2:00 PM (and hourly thereafter) it continues to complain about the missing file)
So the final error message you’re dealing with (in plain text to make searching easier) is:
Backend verification failed, attempting automatic cleanup Duplicati.Library.Interface.UserInformationException: Found 1 files that are missing from the remote storage, please run repair
- verify the file really doesn’t exist at the destination (I suspect it doesn’t)?
- try running
Repair (not recreate / rebuild) on the database?
I think this same situation may have happened to me (a recreate turned around to complain about a missing file) so I’m wondering if the recreate process ONLY recreates what’s in the dlist and dindex files without ‘fixing’ any potentially previous issues (such as a missing file).
Oh, and for future reference you could just copy / paste your log info into the forum as plain text. It should be a lot faster than the screen shot or pdf solution, plus it makes it easier to edit out any info you don’t want AND allows it to be searchable in the forum.