With the new limits on Google Drive plans, it became unfeasible to continue using it, so I'm going to subscribe to Unlimited Dropbox.
With that, I need to target my 14TB of Google Drive to Dropbpx.
The problem is the following: I have an internet of 1000 Mbps down, 500 Mbps up. Using the rclone copy command, I can only reach 500Mbps down 500 Up (a little less actually), because of the limitation of the Cat 5e cable and 1000Mbps router, and because rclone downloads and uploads files at the same time.
I would like to know if there is any command that can download 1TB to the cache and only after downloading, upload 1TB, clear the cache and continue doing this until complete. That way would have the total download speed, followed by the total upload speed.
Note: It would be interesting to continue with the hash check.
I know I could do this manually, but it would be too much work and it would be much more interesting if there was a way to do it automatically through Rclone.
I searched a lot and read the documentation but didn't find anything about it. If anyone knows, can you help me with this?
I want the command to download a specific amount of files like 1TB for example, and only after downloading do the upload. Not simultaneously.
In this way it takes all the speed of the connection.
Did I explain? Sorry English is not my native language.
I'm going to copy my 15TB Google Drive to Dropbox using Unraid OS as the server. There is a shell in it that I can use Rclone through PC.
As it will take about 96h if I close the shell window, do you know if there is any command that I can use in the shell again to see the progress?
I know that when copying I can use -P or --progress to see the progress, but if I close the shell window and reopening it? Something I can use to show progress again?