I copy/cut a little over 100 GBs of GoPro video files I have from scuba diving on vacation into my S3 drive via Rclone Mount. It took about 15 minutes to copy from the computer's desktop into the folder I created via Windows Explorer. I did low bandwidth things like email for the next 45 minutes. About 30 minutes after the copy/cut looked to be complete, I went browsing in the Rclone Mount drive for an item. The computer froze. I hard booted the computer. Once I brought the computer and drive back up, only about 10 GB or 10% of the video files were there, the rest seemingly lost. I'm guessing all of the video files were copied to a temporary folder on my computer. I still don't understand why this would take 15 minutes on a copy/cut when files just changing directories on the same drive do so almost instantly. I have fast internet, so I assumed this time was all upload time. It appears the uploading was happening in the background, crashed my computer, and now I cannot find the files. Is there a way to recover these files that seemingly disappeared?
- os/version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 21H2 (64 bit)
- os/kernel: 10.0.19044.1889 (x86_64)
- os/type: windows
- os/arch: amd64
- go/version: go1.18.5
- go/linking: static
- go/tags: cmount
Windows GUI (via Rclone Mount). Copy/Cut/Paste Folder from desktop on computer into folder on iDrive S3 via Rclone Mount.
type = s3
provider = Other
region = us-east-1
endpoint = s3.us-east-1.idrivecloud.io
location_constraint = us-east-1
max_upload_parts = 1000
No log - as no command line was completed.