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Feature Request: progress meter for resync jobs

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Only reference I could find to this FR is here, from October 2020, with @veremin promising to update after discussion with their team:
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Based on some of the other conversations in here about the issue of getting resync status it's probably do-able - the logs show the list of indices to be scanned and then the current index being scanned, so then it's basically a matter of calculating where in the index list the resync currently is. One could even create a time left approximation after some portion of the indices have been scanned, but honestly a simple progress bar would be incredibly helpful given how long these resync tasks take.
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Re: Feature Request: progress meter for resync jobs

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Hi Mike

We removed the archive indexes in V12.
May I ask, which version of Veeam Backup & Replication have you installed?

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Re: Feature Request: progress meter for resync jobs

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V12. Looking at the Task.DatabaseResynchronizer.Reponame.log running right now, it seems like it's working through a list of indexes:

[21.08.2023 06:55:46.139] <17> Info [AP] (05972610) command: 'Invoke: ArchRepo.IsUpgradeRequiredViaGate { (EString) ArchRepoId = [redacted]; (EString) BackupId = ddf4e83d-31c8-427b-b0a6-4f6fe144d2b2; (EString) IndexId = 73a1defb-8b66-4511-1519-1ee9b7b9417e; }'

The IndexId value changes for each log line and matches a value in a long array called IndexIds[]
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