Not exactly an rclone problem. I used rclone to copy multiple files under multiple folders from my local folder to a crypted remote.
Total files I noticed during the upload progress, using "--progress", was 28 GiB.
I did a dry run pass and then ran the actual copy command.
After the upload completed, I ran the copy command again multiple times to make sure anything which might have failed got uploaded. In the end made sure that nothing was left to copy.
I also ran the crypt check command (--one-way) to verify the files.
I had multiple folders under this particular local folder, which had multiple files under each to upload. There were some files already on the remote folder under each of these folders.
I generated a file containing the names for all the local files and then deleted the files from local. When I noticed the free space, it had cleared over 100GiB. Now I am a little concerned on the 72GiB+ which did not seem to have been uploaded because as I mentioned above it just showed total upload as 28 GiB.
I have a list of files (and their respective sha1 sum) which were present locally during the upload and before the local delete.
Is there a way I could automate looking up if each of those files are present in the remote?
Also, how can I get the total size of all those files combined on the remote?
- os/version: Microsoft Windows 10 (64 bit)
- os/kernel: 10.0.18363.1679 (x86_64)
- os/type: windows
- os/arch: amd64
crypted remote - Google Drive
rclone copy . crypt-remote-name:path/to/directory/ --progress --dry-run rclone copy . crypt-remote-name:path/to/directory/ --progress rclone cryptcheck . crypt-remote-name:path/to/directory/ --one-way --progress