Cache --dir-cache-time and --cache-info-age

Does --dir-cache-time and --cache-info-age get cleared on a system reboot or stored on a file?

It's a bit confusing as they are part of two different things as the first is part of the default mount and second is part of the cache backend.

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This is in memory and cleared each time the service is restarted and a reboot would clear it too :slight_smile:

This should be part of the cache database so it's persistent on disk. You can remove or purge the db to clear it.

https://rclone.org/cache/#cache-info-age

Remember this for both of those together though:

https://rclone.org/cache/#known-issues

Just to clarify for others. It's not only part of the mount. Any serve function uses this. It's one aspect of the docs that I think is confusing as to what flags are for mounts while other flags are for serve / mounts in general.

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