I am still testing Duplicati, so have mostly been running backups to different destinations and from different sources. The backups typically give a warning about temporary files it cannot access, but no errors.
However, now I and testing my restore, and this is triggering multiple errors of this kind:
[Error-Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.RestoreHandler-PatchingFailed]: Failed to patch with remote file: “duplicati-be7f40bdb41784ab2913c20541b76f929.dblock.zip.aes”, message: Failed to decrypt data (invalid passphrase?): Invalid password or corrupted data
My configuration has not changed since I set up my schedules and I have not manually deleted any .aes files.
The restore also has a ‘missing file’ error:
[Error-Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.RestoreHandler-RestoreFileFailed]: Could not find file ‘C:\Users\Work\Documents\Photo Compare\IMG_8912.JPG’.
This is my real area of concern. I selected this file from the restore pick list, so Duplicati has a record of it, but then it cannot find it in the archive to restore it.
I’d suggest this is not expected behavior, but is it known behavior and is there anything I can do to avoid it?
My Duplicati version is 188.8.131.52_beta_2020-01-18 running on a Windows 10 Pro build 19041.388 with the Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2202.130.0. There is 32GB of RAM and over 500GB of free disk space, so system resources are not constrained.