This morning, as I opened my two laptops, scheduled Duplicati2 backups fired up as usual. I have set them to start at five, and usually I open up the laptops around six thirty. So when I open the Duplicati web ui, I see the jobs have finished after six thirty. Usually. This morning, though, the jobs seem to have finished a little over five. I see this only on the Windows mahcine, not on Ubuntu. I have Duplicati - 220.127.116.11_canary_2019-06-30, have had for weeks. The only thing that I can think of haveing affected this is that Windows10 had installed an update (KB4524147) and wanted me to reboot the Windows laptop. I waited for the backup jobs to finish before rebooting.
Here’s a little excerpt of the log listing (all of the jobs have similar timestamps):
Varmuuskopion Koti lokitiedot
Yleinen Etäpalvelimella 10. loka 2019, klo 05.00 - Operation: Backup 9. loka 2019, klo 06.43 - Operation: Backup 8. loka 2019, klo 06.39 - Operation: Backup 7. loka 2019, klo 06.27 - Operation: Backup 6. loka 2019, klo 06.35 - Operation: Backup
After copying that, I ran one of the backups, to see if the time stamp is again off. This time it was right.
How can a pending reboot cause this?