i’m using rclone in a docker and uploading many large files on gdrive (crypt).
However, I had to stop the container for some reasons. When I relaunch the container, rclone simply skipped the file that were being uploaded (ie not resuming the upload). I will let it finish the remaining upload, but I would like to know how to resume those “half” uploads ?
here is the cmd i’m using:
rclone sync -P --checkers 5 --log-file /logs/rclone.log --tpslimit 5 --transfers 5 --fast-list --drive-chunk-size 32M -v /data/ gdrive_crypt:
Its weird, I’ve stopped again rclone and restart with -vv and there is no trace at all of the files that are partially uploaded and therefore skipped.
it’s like rclone is ignoring these source files ???
But I already stopped twice the sync command and relaunch it. After relaunch, it simply skipped the content half uploaded => there are no resume being done and the skipped file is therefore not uploaded.
So what should I do for the skipped file to be uploaded again ?
Yes, but this is not working in my case.
One file that wad skipped is Dunkirk => there is no mention of it being skipped / tentatively resumed / or being uploaded again.
My guess is that rclone will try to uploaded it again once all files are