Sorry for the delay. Was tied up with work the last few days.
I didn’t even think to verify the DB under advanced settings. Let me preface by saying, I did a lot of testing and trial and error with Duplicati before I decided to adopt it as my backup solution. It may be time to blow it away and reinstall everything, or actually move it to a standalone PC instead of my daily driver.
That said, for some reason my database is actually in my user>appdata path rather than in the system32 path where it should be (in fact, all of my active profile DBs are this way). I also have other issues, like when the PC starts, the server runs fine for inbound backups, but to access the web interface, I need to restart the service once after every reboot.
In any case, I ran the command again on the correct DB, and I get one hit.
Same as you, 449199 doesn’t exist in the file list. The closest thing I really find is 4490** which is part of my Chrome user profile.
When version 188.8.131.52 came out, I started trying to use the USN policy and the new filtering system. I still don’t understand the filters fully. In 2.0.3.x I used the Exclude section > Temporary and System files. Now there is a Filtering section AND an Exclude section. I enabled most of the “Filtering > Exclude filter group” options, but I saw a huge rise in profile run time. Instead of 10 mins, my profile now took 2 hours. AFter reading other posts, I started troubleshooting by removing one filter at a time to try to find the culprit. Somewhere during all that, I got this issue. It may be related to me enabling and disabling the cache filters which likely affect Chrome cache?
Hope something here is useful.