I apologize if this is a newb question.
If I'm doing a rclone copy and the source is an AWS S3 bucket and the destination is a different AWS S3 bucket on the same account. So the copy command would look like:
rclone copy gfevents:gfevents/Workspace/ gfevents:gfcastesting/Workspace
And I'm running this from my local computer.
Will the data flow from the source bucket directly to the destination bucket
From the source down to my computer and then up to the destination?
for that command, the copy would be server-side.
this can be seen with a debug log.
0 Byte/s, no local bandwidth was used.
i ran this command two times and in both cases, the transfer took the same time.
- on a cellphone over wifi.
- on a desktop with a 1Gbps internet connection
~ $ rclone copy aws:thesourcefolder aws:thedestfolder -vv --progress
2021/09/07 17:35:00 DEBUG : rclone: Version "1.56.0-termux" starting with parameters ["rclone" "copy" "aws:thesourcefolder" "aws:thedestfolder" "-vv" "--progress"]
2021/09/07 17:35:00 DEBUG : Creating backend with remote "aws:thesourcefolder"
2021/09/07 17:35:00 DEBUG : Using config file from "/data/data/com.termux/files/home/.config/rclone/rclone.conf"
2021/09/07 17:35:00 DEBUG : Creating backend with remote "aws:thedestfolder"
2021-09-07 17:35:00 DEBUG : S3 bucket thedestfolder: Waiting for checks to finish
2021-09-07 17:35:00 DEBUG : S3 bucket thedestfolder: Waiting for transfers to finish
2021-09-07 17:37:18 DEBUG : w10.21h1.iso: md5 = 9f1b5246902a6f1a12b9a03b97c732a8 OK
2021-09-07 17:37:18 INFO : w10.21h1.iso: Copied (server-side copy)
Transferred: 4.243Gi / 4.243 GiByte, 100%, 0 Byte/s, ETA -
Transferred: 1 / 1, 100%
Elapsed time: 2m18.1s
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