- Fixed hiding compression errors, thanks @jpschewe
- Fixed Tardigrade backend issues, thanks @TopperDEL
- Fixed a case where the recovery tool would fail to recover files witth dashes in the name, thanks @dferreyra
- Improved handling of problematic filenames on Windows and increased test coverage, thanks @dferreyra
- Improved test coverage for invalid paths and removed unused code, thanks @warwickmm
- Improved code to remove remote files to better support remote folders that are not exclusively used by Duplicati, thanks @warwickmm
- Updated to use and require .Net 4.7.1, thanks @warwickmm
- Updated USN support to work with the newer Windows features for moving instead of deleting files, thanks @dgehri
Warning with 184.108.40.206 is under investigation as a regression from 220.127.116.11. Early test shows it affects Windows users using VSS snapshot-policy to backup drive root (e.g. C:\), basically not backing that up.
Those doing such backup might want to hold off update. If you update and error, follow up at issue topic.
Fortunate I only backup specific folders of all my Windows machines (4) then, as I haven’t seen any problems the past two days.
Users who are not on Windows should use mono 5.10 or above. Previously any version 5 would do.
Most distributions that went to mono v5 at all should be fine. You can run
mono --version to check.
https://repology.org/project/mono/versions gives a nice compilation of versions for distros.
Windows is quite good at updating .NET Framework, so the move to 4.7.1 from 4.6.2 should be fine.