This is the response I've got from the guys at B2, just so you guys know.
Thank you for writing in.
What you are seeing is that the integration is calling our servers to list all the files 316,188 times during that day
We charge $0.004 per 10 000 calls.
To avoid this, you may need to alter your integration to limit the amount of get file info calls (HeadObject) in order to make sure that you are not charged for an excessive amount of calls.
I would suggest that you set the limit to $0 for Class B transactions until the settings are correct, as you mentioned, if you plan to store much more data, and rclone is continuing to make excessive calls, the charge for listing all the files in your bucket can bloat quickly.
The B2 Caps & Alerts section is an area for you to limit the charges that can occur per day, due to storage, downloads or transaction usage. What is a data cap? A data cap in B2 is a limit th...
recently, with the the covid craziness, wasabi upload speeds as not as consistent.
to be clear, in terms of data reliably, i run paranoid and wasabi is rock solid.
but then again, the whole internet seems to have slowed down sometimes recently..
i guess i noticed more than most as i have 1Gbps fiber optic internet connection.
if you want to track wasabi, you can goto https://status.wasabi.com/
if you click subscribe, you can receive emails about status changes.
and i have to say, to their credit, that wasabi sends too many emails every time there is a slow down or maintenance.
i have a 350+ line of python script to coordinate it.
i have a local backup server and i upload veeam backup files to wasabi.
i stream my media stored in a rclone crypt.
i compress lots of small local files into .7z and upload that.
i am simple minded.
all those api, transactions costs, gives me a headache.