I’m trying to get to the bottom of what I suspect is corruption of the Backup volume due to RAID issues over Christmas.
I’m running v.2.4.13 on Windows Server 2019. The Backup volume is NTFS. The machine is a VM on ESXi. The RAID array was on the host rather than something nasty within the VM.
I am resigned to the fact that data backed up before Christmas is partly/completely corrupt.
The volume keeps running out of space even though it’s backing up nowhere near enough data to justify this and the Storage Usage on the Statistics page shows a total of 861Gb but the disk shows 1.3Tb used. I assume UrBackup can’t read the corrupt files so possibly can’t account for them or something. I decided to try to delete pre-christmas backups from the Backups page of the web interface but it gets stuck on some of them… the progress bar runs the full width of the window, slowly and then becomes unresponsive.
I noticed in another topic mention of a verify-hashes command but not sure it exists on a Windows install?
Are there any other suggestions? Can I maybe manually delete old data from the disk (going back to recent full backups perhaps) and then repair the DB or something?
Any suggestions gratefully received.