I have a backup of all my Duplicati sqlite databases. Unfortunately, I forgot to note down which belongs to what job.
So I tried just recreating the database from the backup data. That has run into the whole super slow recreate issue. It’s been over a week at this point…
Is there a way to check each sqlite file against a certain job to see if it is the one with the correct data? Maybe point the job at the db, then try to run the job? If it error’s, it’s the wrong one?
Since this is an odd post, let me restate what I said. I’m not sure I was clear.
I have BackupJob configured in Duplicati. I removed the .sqlite database for that job. Recreating the database is taking forever. I do have a copy of the entire Duplicati databases folder that contains the old .sqlte file. But it also contains other jobs .sqlite files. I want to somehow figure out which one of the .sqlite applies to BackupJob.
See: How to test which database belongs to which job? for a link to a tool that made the solution easy to perform.