I input for upstreams
then rclone lsd -v "union:"
no subdirectories found
Now in this situation lsd truecryptdropbox: has tons of content and lsd truecryptdropboxalternatename: has no content
Clearly I'm doing something wrong with the
When I I input for upstreams
lsd of the union shows perfectly what I wanted.....
TLDR: I want to make a union of two remotes, and I want all uploads to go to remote2 but I need remote1 to be accessible for rclone check so that when I do
rclone copy "CONTENT" "Union:"
It will skip all the content already in remote1 and only upload the missing content to remote2....
This is what :nc or :ro should do, but I'm using their syntax wrongly?
edit: I tried setting search to epall instead of ff, but that didn't help at all, because I'm using the
nc syntax wrongly
edit2: This example from the documentation is just too alien to me for me to comprehend
'\"upstreama:test/space:ro dir\" upstreamb:'
It looks like for some reason there are escaped quotations and even though :ro goes at the end of the path there's a weird circumstance with a space and then dir afterwards?
I just need a basic example for how and where to place my
:ro in order to be valid.
edit3: Why do I want all new data to go to remote2? well because it's the one with more free space, now I know there are policies for this like
epmfs all I actually want is
epmfs but I do not see how
epmfs can possibly work, since there isn't an rclone command to show remaining free space on a remote.... and most remotes probably don't support this sort of feature anyways. Hence my plan is to just use my human brain to sort it out. remote1 has little free space remote2 has tons, so I will just set
:ro on remote1, this then gives me the effect of
edit4: okay so
rclone about remote
Actually about works. So
epmfs should still work, but, I still prefer to trust in myself and use
:nc if someone can teach me the syntax Even with
epmfs working perfectly there's all these rules surrounding prices and weeks and months between storage capacity increases the managing empfs by hand via
:nc makes sense to me. If only I comprehended the syntax to make