Hi Wim, thanks for the suggestion but I’ve tried several options, including one with forward slashes rather than back slashes and even the drive letter for the mapped share but in all cases I get the following error:
System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not find file '//192.168.1.199/shared/dup-test/duplicati-bf2a408dbc47049689c6969ae7d17528e.dblock.zip.aes'.
File name: '//192.168.1.199/shared/dup-test/duplicati-bf2a408dbc47049689c6969ae7d17528e.dblock.zip.aes'
at Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.FilelistProcessor.RemoteListAnalysis(BackendManager backend, Options options, LocalDatabase database, IBackendWriter log, String protectedfile)
at Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.FilelistProcessor.VerifyRemoteList(BackendManager backend, Options options, LocalDatabase database, IBackendWriter log, String protectedfile)
at Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.BackupHandler.Run(String sources, IFilter filter)
So, I’ve decided to give up to backup to the Synology but I now backup to a 2nd HDD in my PC and then use BVCKUP2 to copy the files to my Synology. From there, Cloud Sync will upload the files to StackStorage. It seems that backing up to a network share needs some more homework.
Hi, I’ve tried it with FTP and that is working, WEBDAV I did not try.
I understand why you don’t want to expose your NAS to ransomware but I also have RansomOff installed and that tool should also protect network drives.
And yes, I’m on the same home network.
Does the file exist on the Synology box if you look via the DSM tools?
Also, the local database has a table called “RemoteOperation”, you can look at that and see what Duplicati has seen. For the “LIST” operations you can see what files were reported, and hopefully this will at least pinpoint WHEN the file went missing.