I don’t know if this is a bug, but let me explain what I saw and see if that makes sense. I had a mod seriously mess up my world. I installed the mod 8/14, and wanted to go back to a point before the mod, so at least we’d have everything up to that point. I tried reverting back, but to my surprise, the mod was still there (and the things it did in the world). Weird… oh well, maybe it’s just the, the difference between UTC and local time, so I reverted back to a backup from 8/13. No dice, still in there. I had to go back to 8/11 before the mod was finally gone.
What I noticed while looking at the files (I was watching for a specific mod config file in the config folder to know if it was “gone”), is that the timestamp on the backup (in the webui) doesn’t seem to match the files within the backup (looking at it via a samba share, but also confirmed same dates while using shell).
In a more extreme example, I had files with timestamps of 8/21 still showing up in the server that was restored back to late june.
Is that a bug? Should all the files that are restored in a restore point have timestamps earlier than the timestamp of the restore point? Is the backup not working correctly?