as my pc is running windows and my server is running xpenology my idea was to run either a debian vm or a rpi3 to serve a rclone share for my network.
At first I tried that by a debian vm. So I mounted my crypted gdive (only the free 15gb for testing purposes) and created a smb share.
Poorly I wasn't able to write on that share from my pc. Though I was able to move, delete and rename files as well as creating new folders.
As I did't have the time and was stuck as I don't have the experience with linux I ended that try.
So now, I wanted to give it a new try.
This time my OpenVPN rpi3 has to do the work. Guess it might be fast enough as my internet connection is only 100/40mbit.
So I was planning to have two smb shares.
The first one is the upload path, which is on an exFAT formatted hdd, connected to the rpi3.
The second one is the gdrivecrypt.
My idea was to copy all files that have to be uploaded to the upload path and create a cronjob that moves these files to gdrivecrypt.
The first times it worked quite well.
But now I get an I/O error:
mv: failed to close '/media/cloudcrypt/media/testfile2.mkv': Input/output error
May that be because of my rclone options?
[Service] Type=simple User=rclone Group=rclone ExecStart=/usr/bin/rclone mount gdrivecrypt: /media/cloudcrypt \ --allow-other \ --buffer-size 1G \ --dir-cache-time 72h \ --drive-chunk-size 32M \ --fast-list \ --umask 002 \ --vfs-read-chunk-size 128M \ --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit off ExecStop=/usr/bin/fusermount -uz /media/cloudcrypt
What can I do different?
Or is the whole solution, working with these two folders/paths a bad idea?