I'm using Rclone on a Raspberry Pi and trying to minimize the amount of SD card writes.
I use the hasher remote to keep checksum databases of my drives. The problem is that the only way to efficiently do this right now is to have Rclone's cache directory (which is what hasher uses) set to a directory on my SD card.
If we we were able to specify the hasher cache location per remote, I could store each database in a directory on its corresponding drive.
I'm unable to have two drives connected at the same time which is why I can't choose one and just store the database their.
I realize that this is kind of an uncommon situation, but I thought it couldn't hurt to throw it out there. Maybe someone else has a better reason to store their hasher database in a location other than Rclone's cache.