I'm happily using the union remote to ship off my backup on several different cloud providers.
I can see during a sync that a few files at the same time are being transferred, great.
is there a way to know (e.g. in the logfiles) or, even better, see (in the terminal) on what remote my files are being uploaded?
* A.jpg:100% /3.607M, 14.467k/s, -
* B.jpg: 3% /4.128M, 1.699k/s, 40m11s
* C.jpg: 9% /4.116M, 42.665k/s, 1m29s
* D.jpg: 2% /4.249M, 64.001k/s, 1m5s
[REMOTE1] * A.jpg:100% /3.607M, 14.467k/s, -
[REMOTE2] * B.jpg: 3% /4.128M, 1.699k/s, 40m11s
[REMOTE2] * C.jpg: 9% /4.116M, 42.665k/s, 1m29s
[REMOTE4] * D.jpg: 2% /4.249M, 64.001k/s, 1m5s
You can try turning on -vv logging and see if that helps. I can't remember if union writes enough there to be useful.
Anything else would require a new flag. It wouldn't be difficult to make a new flag to show the remote names or full path in the logs and the progress.
unfortunately, it does not look like union writes that down.
then, if it could be a valuable addition, I'd like to propose that new flag!
hello, chiming in, too! this would be a really appreciated feature!
will that be difficult to implement? thanks!
Probably not too hard! Want to have a go?
I don't think I would be able to implement this, sorry.
let me know if this is already on the roadmap, given that the thread is a month old, or whether I should open up a feature request on github!
Yes, please open a feature request
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