Not that I’m aware of.
The initial post should be a wiki so anybody can edit it, but as I recal when the src / dst comment was made I went and updated the post as suggested.
I suppose in theory you could use the built in “Move existing database” feature but you’d need to do something like:
- shift to service so you know where the database files will be stored
- run the tray-icon using the old setting (so NOT attached to the new service server)
- use the “Move existing database” feature to move from the tray-icon based folder to the service based folder
But I think that still won’t bring over your jobs and other settings.
It’s not a problem, but it can definitely be confusing. When Duplicati starts it first tries to grab port 8200. If that’s not available, then it increments by 100 and tries again (so port 8300) and repeats as necessary until an open port is found (so next would port 8400, 8500, etc.).
Normally a service starts before any users have logged in so usually if you have Duplicati running as a service it will be at port 8200 (this can be fixed / specified with a parameter if needed) and uses the service based storage locations (such as stuff in C:\Windows…). When the user logs in and runs the tray-icon it starts it’s own backend server which grabs the next port (in this case 8300) and uses the user based storage locations (such as C:\users\[your user name]\Roaming\Duplicati…")
I agree - I’d suggest starting by doing a system search for *.sqlite files to see if we can find your “misssing” database and get it put into the correct location.