I moved to Dropbox quite some time ago and haven't looked back. Once the daily upload and download quotas annoyed me too much. I've had no issues with Dropbox as I've been using them for about 16 months now.
I haven’t. I’ve been an RClone user for about five years. If @Animosity022 recommends the move command I’ll probably use it for batches of files and set a max flag for certain parameters (e.g. 5 TB to ensure Google doesn’t block). While Dropbox doesn’t block uploads, Google does block downloads.
There doesn’t appear to be another workable “unlimited” solution in the cloud space right now. I love it because I live in a tiny space and use a Mac Mini for a server and it works well. But this was the risk we all ran. Luckily, there’s a vibrant community that’s can find ways to keep self hosting going.
@Animosity022 Process started! Did you set any flags for move to keep track of that 5 TB limit? I am nervous about using move so I’ve been manually using copy for items but that’s slow and tedious. Any tips ?
I have around 155tb on my workspace enterprise account, 1 user. Since even 5 users is not unlimited anymore, I'm moving everything into Dropbox Advanced as we speak, 3 users licences. So, it's a big price increase, but I can take the hit so, let's go. Btw, thx again to all rclone people, making this kind of migration pretty easy.
Oh btw, in the mail they said that in 60 days, the account will be in read only, but some functions already are (like I can't sync google photo anymore).