Currently running 22.214.171.124_canary_2018-04-23.
Trying to backup about 1.5 TB of files to GoogleDrive. However, the initial backup never completes as the C: drive keeps running out of disk space. I have found that Duplicati creates its temporary files before uploading them to GoogleDrive in C:\Windows\temp as a series of files with names like dup-xxxxxxx. I have testing with and without --asynchronous-upload-limit=4. The chunk size I’ve set is 100MB. So, after running a while, the C:\Windows\Temp folder gets filled with lots of 100MB dup-xxxxxxx files.
I thought Duplicati deletes the dup-xxxxxx files once they are uploaded. Additionally, by settings the --asynchronous-upload-limit=4 option, I thought Duplicati would create at most 4 of those files only and delete / create them as needed. At the moment, it creates and uploads those files but never seem to delete them so the hard disk is slowly filling up again (the first time it completely filled the C: drive and crashed - I could not recover the backup so I started again).
Am I missing an option somewhere or is this a bug ?