A simple question (hopefully). I have my HTPC sleeping for most of the time, woken up by remote control.
As such, when it wakes up, content added on mounted Google Drive resource is not necessarily updated.
To updated a given set of resources which command line is correct between these two?
rclone rc vfs/refresh dir="Movies" dir2="Movies 2" dir3="TV Shows" dir4="Movies 4k" dir5="Anime" dir6="Documentaries" dir7="Documentaries 4K" recursive=true
rclone rc vfs/refresh dir="Movies" dir2="Movies 2" dir3="TV Shows" dir4="Movies 4k" dir5="Anime" dir6="Documentaries" dir7="Documentaries 4K"
Basically, is recursive=true needed to refresh all the content of directories give with the argument dir#= or not? Documentation could be clearer on this, for instance the need to use dir, dir2, dir3, dir4, etc. has to be guessed by the example provided, it's not in the documentation, only in the example.
"If the parameter recursive=true is given the whole directory tree will get refreshed" is meant for the whole directory tree below the dir= provided or for everything?
Also, it says "This refresh will use --fast-list if enabled."
The Google Drive storage system supports --fast-list, is it something that would make the above refresh significantly faster? Again, reading the documentation I could not come up with a sure answer.
Sorry, everything I say about documentation is not meant as a criticism, I just might be thicker than the average user.