according to my understanding, when using cache back-end and tmp_upload_path, files are stored in temp path and queued to upload after tmp_wait_time. During this time files are available in cache and served from local dir.
When files are uploaded to remote backed they are deleted from tmp_upload_path and not available in cache anymore. When accessed they need to be downloaded from remote regardless of chunk_total_size.
Is my understanding correct? Is there anything I can do to tell rclone to keep uploaded files in cache?
rclone v1.51.0 - os/arch: linux/amd64 - go version: go1.13.6 [gdrive] type = drive client_id = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX client_secret = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX scope = drive token = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX acknowledge_abuse = true disable_http2 = false [gdrive-cache] type = cache remote = gdrive: info_age = 96h chunk_total_size = 512G tmp_upload_path = /opt/rclone/cache-tmp tmp_wait_time = 30m db_purge = false [gdrive-crypt] type = crypt remote = gdrive-cache: filename_encryption = standard directory_name_encryption = true password = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX password2 = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
rclone --rc --rc-web-gui --rc-web-gui-no-open-browser --timeout 10m mount --allow-other --attr-timeout 10s --umask 002 --no-modtime --dir-cache-time 24h gdrive-crypt: /mnt/drive