What is your rclone version (output from rclone version)
Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
Google Drive 2 remotes one crypt, one type drive.
The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
The rclone config contents with secrets removed.
Paste config here
A log from the command with the -vv flag
Paste log here
Hello, I have 2 remotes on my rclone config.
One of them is a drive and the other one is a crypt (which is based on the first one), I noticed that when uploading files my third party program was doing it wrong, i.e. it was uploading a file which was not even complete.
An example: A file that weighs 100GB that was uploaded with only 20GB (no problem with rclone it's the third party program)
So I tried to use rclone sync to try to copy a corrupted file (one another drive so another remote) and I get an error that helps me "unexpected EOF".
If I copy all the content to another drive it won't upload any corrupted file and I can tell the difference with the "rclone check" command however I would like to know if there is a way to make it without copy all?
Thanks in advance!
Hello, no, my program that used rclone uploaded already opened files (in the process of writing and that's why they are corrupted) I would like to know if there is a way to detect all corrupted files (EOF) without having to copy or sync to another remote.
@asdffdsa used rclone check but I have to copy/synchronize everything on another remote to see if there are corrupted files (unless I don't know how to use the command?)
Note that the names of the files and folders are encrypted, here is my configuration:
There is also the cryptcheck command but I don't see how to do it without copying/syncing everything.
Indeed I think that we do not have the same configuration.
I use cloudplow (which you know from your guide ) which uses the rclone move command, and I select SDrive_crypt:/ for my local folder on my server (which is not yet encrypted) and so what I am going to upload will be directly encrypted.
Seeing your example you have two copies on your gdrive, one that is encrypted another not, for my part everything is encrypted and so I have only the encrypted content, is it therefore impossible for me to check for corrupted files?
But is this known to be the case here? Only if actually using the drive storage directly, via rclone remote SDrive: or otherwise, and not just through rclone remote SDrive_crypt:?
My point was: To perform check (or cryptcheck) you need two copies to compare. So if OP is moving files into SDrive_crypt:, and only that, there is nothing to compare with. OP wants to detect if any of the moved files are corrupted at destination. Will rclone check SDrive_crypt: SDrive_crypt: do that? Or am I totally off track here..?