What is the problem you are having with rclone?
The drive mounts fine without the
--rc-addr options added. But once I add them to my service line, the command is run with the feed back the
rc interface is listening but the mounted
dir is empty.
What is your rclone version (output from
Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
The command you were trying to run (eg
rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
rclone mount drive: /home/user/mount --allow-other --rc --rc-no-auth
The rclone config contents with secrets removed.
Shouldn't be needed.
Failed to start remote control: start server failed: listen tcp 127.0.0.1:5572: bind: address already in use
rclone mount --rc uses port
5572 as documented at https://rclone.org/rc/#rc-addr-ip
for each additional instance of
rclone mount that uses
--rc, you need to use a unique port that is not in use.
for example, to use port
rclone mount drive: /home/user/mount --allow-other --rc --rc-no-auth --rc-addr=:6001
Oh wow I have like 30 drives I would like to mount in that case, is there a better way to do this?
and create the mounts using
I was experimenting with the
It said I needed a
path to files to serve
In which I have no idea what that means. It doesn't look like I can just run rclone in the background and mount multiple drives with the same remote control point.
to mount using
rcd, need to use https://rclone.org/rc/#mount-mount
or you can run multiple
rclone mount commands like so
rclone mount remote01: /home/user/mount/remote01 --allow-other --rc --rc-no-auth --rc-addr=:6001
rclone mount remote02: /home/user/mount/remote02 --allow-other --rc --rc-no-auth --rc-addr=:6002
Yes, as tedious as that idea might sound I found it to be the only solution.
rcd won't work cuz it doesn't let me do what I want specifically enough. Like mounting a drive with determined cache location and size, at least not I am aware of.
Is it possible for you to find me the documentation for the options available when you use the
rclone rc mount/mount command?
Sorry for the bother since I couldn't find it myself after a lot of googling.
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