Please describe what you are doing to trigger the bug:
I’m running the unlicensed CLI duplicacy on my home server.
My setup is as follows:
duplicacy runs on a Fedora VM, 2 cores, 8 GB memory.
The target is a Pi 3 Model B+, accessed via SSH over a tinc VPN. Attached is a 8TB USB drive with ~3 TB of duplicacy backup data in ~100 revisions. (with little difference between the revisions, ~90% of the data has been unchanged from revision 1.
For testing, the connection happens via local network.
I had to re-built the Fedora box, downloaded current duplicacy and did a “duplicacy init sftp://…”, which worked fine.
However, the next command “duplicacy list” stalls after a few lines… it quickly lists ~10-20 revisions, then becomes slower and just stops. Checking both boxes indicates no cpu load, no full memory, no IO wait/load, no network congestion. It simply hangs.
When I then stop via CTRL+C and re-issue the list command, it quickly shows all previous revisions plus 5-10 new ones.
I continued that about 15-20 times until it had listed all revisions.
Then I tried to do a “duplicacy -d list -r 292 -files” (revision 292 is most recent).
Output is attached (from run ~3):
[root@fedora~]# duplicacy -d list -r 292 -files Storage set to sftp://duplicacy@raspberry//mnt/something/backups Reading the environment variable DUPLICACY_SSH_KEY_FILE Attempting public key authentication Reading the environment variable DUPLICACY_SSH_KEY_FILE Reading the environment variable DUPLICACY_SSH_KEY_FILE Chunk read levels: , write level: 1 Compression level: 100 Average chunk size: 4194304 Maximum chunk size: 16777216 Minimum chunk size: 1048576 Chunk seed: 6475706c6963616379 Hash key: 6475706c6963616379 ID key: 6475706c6963616379 File chunks are encrypted Metadata chunks are encrypted id: fedora-myraid, revisions: , tag: , showFiles: true, showChunks: false Loaded file snapshots/fedora-myraid/292 from the snapshot cache Snapshot bosco-redraid revision 292 created at 2019-11-26 00:05 cron Chunk f13d5e8a46b00dd5529a1eed283ef831769f49fa4efbd3587d1b5e8f39470d27 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk c15dea9465ffff8563ba784c19d866cf2a1ec72afee3e78886d4d74aa4b2b592 Chunk c15dea9465ffff8563ba784c19d866cf2a1ec72afee3e78886d4d74aa4b2b592 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk acf5dac1017ebfbd5d981bbf1bca139907d92a0e15800e0e1154087f01075568 Chunk acf5dac1017ebfbd5d981bbf1bca139907d92a0e15800e0e1154087f01075568 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 034451f2de377c291c7e5f928d85f2cdf5d4867b3e5a35f3f5f3661c15062ac3 Chunk 034451f2de377c291c7e5f928d85f2cdf5d4867b3e5a35f3f5f3661c15062ac3 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 42e781caa71fca1f9cd96ead5b466620e49e6a2f1ea6afd902fc9c5b3507eca5 Chunk 42e781caa71fca1f9cd96ead5b466620e49e6a2f1ea6afd902fc9c5b3507eca5 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 6c30398b02368050786ed5c52018f65bddb7164513b99ba8c1e398da87a1bb0d Chunk 6c30398b02368050786ed5c52018f65bddb7164513b99ba8c1e398da87a1bb0d has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 8556532b1bb0657f312d3386998395c347a270f83ced8ad5bebd8ec79a3796fa Chunk 8556532b1bb0657f312d3386998395c347a270f83ced8ad5bebd8ec79a3796fa has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 0047d9c888f8f446b564511c0815c6fd9ac2be4cfc44302299890c08cd3b2a71 Chunk 0047d9c888f8f446b564511c0815c6fd9ac2be4cfc44302299890c08cd3b2a71 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 1288acc033e5ab787965b10879e458854397987fd2ff4afc32f12d8cac7d0259 Chunk 1288acc033e5ab787965b10879e458854397987fd2ff4afc32f12d8cac7d0259 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 94c4e93aa32f7264be644d5db37fb7277f8b2bd3bef972a85bf9f58b3c5a5003 Chunk 94c4e93aa32f7264be644d5db37fb7277f8b2bd3bef972a85bf9f58b3c5a5003 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 756f4912514fc5f61d4b767c49cafe541035c9c35dcaa01fcf7fdd4495bee6e0 Chunk 756f4912514fc5f61d4b767c49cafe541035c9c35dcaa01fcf7fdd4495bee6e0 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk de00b1d74930023e63a31e19be683335bd082bb6a7f8dc70d85e200359bc6ecf Chunk de00b1d74930023e63a31e19be683335bd082bb6a7f8dc70d85e200359bc6ecf has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 32d2de2bb7aa2a124d0b085321365a8606b638067177dc7fca49be419bdfe031 Chunk 32d2de2bb7aa2a124d0b085321365a8606b638067177dc7fca49be419bdfe031 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 34f07c4f704b605e20f306b752d8c24109dae3c56e57df04b63868a99fb92325 Chunk 34f07c4f704b605e20f306b752d8c24109dae3c56e57df04b63868a99fb92325 has been loaded from the snapshot cache Fetching chunk 2b95318ae5d82d070d5d756335cd161ee657953e2413aab2ac0ffb3e49470ba6 Chunk 2b95318ae5d82d070d5d756335cd161ee657953e2413aab2ac0ffb3e49470ba6 has been downloaded Fetching chunk 357789613f17886c9d3379a5b97fe78c566a146b42eb3440f2c8b8cd98037142 Chunk 357789613f17886c9d3379a5b97fe78c566a146b42eb3440f2c8b8cd98037142 has been downloaded Fetching chunk 1cfd62f9a44b4afc466fa3baa1be62f1d250ef89c24ef36039711ca2d0cb6419 Chunk 1cfd62f9a44b4afc466fa3baa1be62f1d250ef89c24ef36039711ca2d0cb6419 has been downloaded Fetching chunk 038f7bd383d1e34b8ddca6c7a1680288f43702958cd1432a76693446a464b5c4 Chunk 038f7bd383d1e34b8ddca6c7a1680288f43702958cd1432a76693446a464b5c4 has been downloaded Fetching chunk 408b3e60ef7ee2b0826c34f81c2e8168585e36a11fee9ce0c79f8dbe5b4c0906 Chunk 408b3e60ef7ee2b0826c34f81c2e8168585e36a11fee9ce0c79f8dbe5b4c0906 has been downloaded Fetching chunk 8c05fc7c36442afb28488bd600fb1e4c995b0dad6dd6f8a54861e005ada50d4b
Again - it hangs at this point. Pressing CTRL+C and running the command again, it loads the chunks from snapshot cache, downloads a few new ones and hangs again.
Obviously I didn’t want to operate by pressing CTRL+C hundred times again and again.
After waiting almost 5-10 minutes, it did now print:
Failed to decrypt the chunk 8c05fc7c36442afb28488bd600fb1e4c995b0dad6dd6f8a54861e005ada50d4b: corrupt input; retrying Encountered an error (failed to send packet: EOF); retry after 1 second(s) Attempting public key authentication Reading the environment variable DUPLICACY_SSH_KEY_FILE Chunk 8c05fc7c36442afb28488bd600fb1e4c995b0dad6dd6f8a54861e005ada50d4b has been downloaded Fetching chunk abc2709a2ef5e0ae8591390e4335c478bbd96ebb53ab3f20da5346f8c449dc99
However, now it hangs again.
These are the current stats from the Raspberry Pi box:
top - 02:29:51 up 1:07, 1 user, load average: 0.05, 0.01, 0.00 Tasks: 168 total, 1 running, 117 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie %Cpu(s): 0.2 us, 0.2 sy, 0.0 ni, 99.7 id, 0.0 wa, 0.0 hi, 0.0 si, 0.0 st KiB Mem : 949448 total, 497856 free, 76912 used, 374680 buff/cache
Please describe what you expect to happen (but doesn’t):
Run without hanging, or at least giving a clear message what the issue is.
Please describe what actually happens (the wrong behaviour):
I’d be thankful for any help!