I have two identical jobs, one has a local destination on a LAN server running Debian 9 + Minio. The second job is copied from the first job, only change is the destination being an off site server with identical setup with Debian 9 + Minio.
- The source is the same, same hard drive, same selection, same exclusions, 100% same source settings.
- Same snapshot settings. 100% same option settings.
- Same user since both jobs run on the same machine, same instance of Duplicati.
The destinations are also identical linux boxes running Minio. The only difference is that the local is a virtual machine and the off site is a physical machine and copying runs through an ssh tunnel. But when logged in to linux they are identically set up.
How the two jobs ended up different, one reporting this warning and the other one happy… I do not know really. A job stopped mid run at some point maybe?
So I tried deleting the database and starting a repair job. But after it had run 20-30 hours (it was still running, I checked the live log now and then) I accidentely stopped the job (rebooted the source computer for other reasons) and… I said **** (hehehe), and deleted the database and all the destination files and restarted the job from scratch. That is running now, EDIT: Job finished. No more errors
Hmm…I don’t recognize the error but I do recall having an issue trying to backup root of a drive many versions ago. I wonder if that has crept back in.
I had an odd error restoring stuff from a root drive backup, quite some time ago. I think it was some ACL oddities. But this is different.
Did you update from 184.108.40.206 or newer such that a test downgrade is an option?
I upgraded from the previous beta (what was that version number?) , no canarys. Don’t dare trying downgrading on this system to hunt for what went wrong, sorry.