What is the problem you are having with rclone?
After i select sync remote to local, and select internal storage (/storage/emulated/0), then after the files from cloud success transfer, other files get deleted!!
Now i didn't restart my phone
Where all my files go?? Is there any way can bring it back??
Sorry i'm new to this app
What is your rclone version (output from
Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
The command you were trying to run (eg
rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
I don't understand
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The rclone config contents with secrets removed.
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I'm really sorry to hear that. The sync command is a known footgun for new users. In rclone,
sync means "make the target the same as the source", deleting and overwriting files.
It's okay, i try to learn and recover by third party app
Also i suggest added a "warning" before some beginner like me doing that. It is very dangerous
It's a very debatable topic as lots of things are dangerous if the wrong things are run with many tools.
As it gives some warnings and suggestions.
I think that "regular" rclone having powerful and even destructive features is completely fine.
Just to clarify why I'm taking this seriously: the details provided by the user indicate that this may have happened with RCX on Android. There, the issue is both easier to stumble upon and pretty much impossible to recover from. And since RCX only needs to care about its human interface, I think there are some changes that can be made there.rcx #161
rclone sync ~/emptydir targetdir  happens to be my favourite way of cleaning up directories used as ad-hoc workplace for all kind of messy stuff: It's perceptibly faster than
rsync -r --delete ~/emptydir/ targetdir (not to mention
rm -rf targetdir/*, which is still slower and bails out in case too many files are in the top level)
 always keep this empty directory sitting in my ~. For some time in the past I even had defined an
alias rre='rclone sync ~/emptydir'
xkcd applies again and again
Little tip for the new time : always run your command with
--dry-run beforehand. This will show you what RClone is going to do, and as such will help you avoiding to lose data
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