I want to exclude such files using such a regular expression
but it does not work
more precisely, it does not always work why?
what to do?
did backup 10 minutes ago
After backup, a notification arrived
2019-07-10 19:10:28 +03 - [Warning-Duplicati.Library.Main.Operation.Backup.FileEnumerationProcess-FileAccessError]: Error reported while accessing file: R:\Google\Chrome\User Data\Profile 2\Local Storage\leveldb\041849.log
My regular is to exclude all files, but for some reason it works once.
P.S. I recently updated version of duplicati
so I understand no one knows? Is there any solution
Can you verify that your regex patterns work as expected here?
Never mind. I must have copy/pasted an extra space in my earlier reply. The pattern does appear to be valid:
Well, you yourself saw the result, and why then does dupliticati skip? then regex processing is not correct
I also have VSS enabled, but anyway, regular output should exclude the collection of a file with .log extensions
I’m not sure why it doesn’t work. A few questions:
- How are you specifying the filters? Are you using the web UI or command-line?
- Can you see if that file is actually being backed up? Do you see it in the list of files that can be restored?
- If you export your configuration, what do the corresponding
Filter entries look like?
- I use the web interface
- There is no this file, I use file recovery.
But still, the regex filter should not include it in operation, and access such a file.
- filter block via command line
--exclude="[.*(Current\ Session|Current\ Tabs).*]"
I wonder if you’re encountering the following issue:
If you have the time, can you try changing the order of the filters (make the logs filter the last one) to see if it’s the same bug?
Yes, I have time, I need to help develop a great duplicati product. I will change the order of the filter lines, and in this thread I will unsubscribe from my text results. Do not close my post