I’m trying to manually delete a “duplicate” backup in the hopes of fixing my problems from the DST bug. I ran
Duplicati.CommandLine.exe delete file://H:\<backupTargetDirectory>\ --dry-run --version=167 --passphrase=""
and the response given is
Database file does not exist: C:\Users\<me>\AppData\Local\Duplicati\AHPYZOVKMF.sqlite
I manually confirmed that sqlite database file does not exist. At this point I’m not sure if it’s looking for the wrong sqlite file or if I’m missing a file I ought to have. I’ve run recreate and repair on the backup in question, so I assume all the db files it needs exist locally, but I’m not sure how to verify that.
Has anyone come across this before?
Also: I got the version number from the Backup > ‘Restore Files’ > ‘Restore from’ dropdown menu’s entry for the date/time I want to get rid of. Please let me know if that’s not the correct way to determine the version number for the set I want to delete.
OS: Windows 7 SP1
Duplicati - 220.127.116.11_beta_2018-04-02
Backup source is local HDD
Backup target is a network drive, no encryption (it’s just a test to make sure I understand the settings)