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Bugs and new features

You can learn more about the Corso roadmap and how to interpret it here.

If you run into a bug or have feature requests, please file a GitHub issue and attach the bug or enhancement label to the issue. When filing bugs, please run Corso with --log-level debug --hide-progress --mask-sensitive-data and add the logs to the bug report. You can find more information about where logs are stored in the log files section in setup docs.

Memory Issues

Corso's memory usage depends on the size of the resource being backed up. The maximum memory usage occurs during full backups (usually the first backup) vs. later incremental backups. If you believe Corso is using unexpected amounts of memory, please run Corso with the following options:

  • Prefix the Corso run with GODEBUG=gctrace=1 to get GC (Garbage Collection) logs
  • Add --log-level debug --hide-progress --mask-sensitive-data
  • Redirect output to a new log file (for example, corso-gc.log)
# Connect to the Corso Repository
GODEBUG=gctrace=1 .\corso <command> -hide-progress --log-level debug --mask-sensitive-data `
<command-options> > corso-gc.log 2>&1

Next, file a GitHub issue with the two log files (default log file and corso-gc.log, the Corso GC log file, from above) and information on the size of the Exchange mailbox, OneDrive location, or SharePoint site that you are having an issue with.

Sharepoint List Anomalies

Some columns in sharepoint list aren't recognizable from the GRAPH API response. More about this issue here.

Therefore while restore of these columns, we default them to as text fields. The value they hold are therefore not reinstated to the way the originally were.

diagram of list with Hyperlink column in a site

diagram of restored list with Hyperlink column in a site

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