"clone" command unknown

Hi! I was using rclone some time ago to backup my data to backblaze's B2.

I was using the clone subcommand, like

rclone clone /local/path remote:bucket

Now I tried to run this again but I got unknown command "clone" for "rclone".

Before I was on Centos 7, with the latest rclone version that I could get at the time (last year's latest version that I could get for Centos 7).

Now I am on Ubuntu 20 with the following version:

rclone v1.53.3
- os/arch: linux/amd64
- go version: go1.15.5

My question: was the clone subcommand deprecated / substituted / merged into other commands?

What else should I use? And are there differences or caveats that I should be aware of?

Thank you!

There has never been a clone command ever to my knowledge.

You'd use copy or sync.

Ah, I think it was copy. I found rclone copy in another of my backup scripts. That rclone clone must have been a mistake on my side.

Thank you! ( I can also delete the thread since it will be hardly useful )

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