I have a potentially interesting question/problem…
I just wiped a computer and set it up to backup using the same ID as before. Upon downloading the previous state, it’s throwing errors that a block is the wrong size.
2023-03-10 17:21:16.670 WARN DOWNLOAD_RETRY Failed to download the chunk 44d19d83388f41d675791e4cb280206b0c37452f833b600b6617b0560a6826b7: unexpected EOF; retrying <repeats before erroring out>
I’m assuming something went wrong when this chunk was uploaded, so I went looking for this chunk on a separate machine. I found it in the local cache and attempted to upload the good chunk to the repository, replacing the bad file.
However, now I’m getting this error:
2023-03-10 21:40:14.044 WARN DOWNLOAD_RETRY Failed to decrypt the chunk 44d19d83388f41d675791e4cb280206b0c37452f833b600b6617b0560a6826b7: The storage doesn't seem to be encrypted; retrying <repeats>
I can only conclude that the local cache is a decrypted version of the remote (which would make sense).
Now my question is, is there some way of getting Duplicacy to re-encrypt and upload this chunk again?