I'm using Cloudflare R2, which charges per million Class A or Class B operations, and it'd be really nice to be able to estimate how much each rclone run will cost by printing the count of S3 operations (ideally split into class A and B, but for starters just the total) either periodically or on every operation (controlled by a flag).
|Class A Operations|1 million requests / month|$4.50 / million requests|
|Class B Operations|10 million requests / month|$0.36 / million requests|
It would be fairly easy for rclone to count http transactions. We can already limit these per second so it would just be a single counter it the stats.
That would be useful for all backends.
Would that be useful to you?
If you can't separate them by classes for Cloudflare, then yeah, a single count would be handy regardless.
Class A operations
Class A Operations include
Class B operations
Class B Operations include
Free operations include
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