I have a daily backup (source file is a MSSQL .bak) monitored through duplicati-monitoring.com and the reports show that size is being increased every day, but when restoring versions later than day 26/07 the restored file is the one from 26/07 version, not from the selected version.
If I restore the version from 24/07 the size is 7.253.323 KB
If I restore the version from 26/07 the size is 7.262.323 KB
If I restore the version from yesterday night 04/08 the size is the same as 26/07 version, 7.262.323 KB. Strange thing is that if I go to the server to check the size of the original .bak from yesterday it is 7.395.443 KB…
What is happening? It’s not backing up as expected or not restoring as it should? When the partial DB recreation finishes and the download process starts I get 5 errors like this one:
2019-08-05 12:21:53 +02 - [Error-Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.RecreateDatabaseHandler-MissingFileDetected]: Remote file referenced as duplicati-b7355a2c15a254ab28e0d8f3d2777a621.dblock.zip.aes by duplicati-i19332a5fd1084a0ea682a198ffce0c85.dindex.zip.aes, but not found in list, registering a missing remote file
And when the restore finishes I get another two Warnings:
2019-08-05 12:23:00 +02 - [Warning-Duplicati.Library.Main.Database.LocalRecreateDatabase-MissingVolumesDetected]: Found 5 missing volumes; attempting to replace blocks from existing volumes
Note that the restores are made from another Duplicati instance on another location, I’m testing if the backups are usable.