I’m not sure if I’m asking this in the right place. My apologies if I’m not.
I have a Dropbox account and when I go to “Selective Sync”, it tells me that I have well over 500,000+ files in my account.
I know I have a lot of duplicates that I need to prune out.
Recently, I started using Backblaze’s B2 service (on Fedora 29) along with restic. I did a complete backup of my “/home” folder which includes my Dropbox folder (and a full download of my Dropbox files).
When I log into my B2 control panel, it says I have 59,293 files total.
I know restic has a de-duplication feature, but there’s no way I have almost 10x duplicate files in Dropbox.
My thinking is to try and run some other app on my machine to see if it can identify how many dupes I have. Assuming I’m correct, and I don’t have that many dupes, how can I find out what’s going on?