In my use of rclone mount, I often rescan one entire directory tree.
Given this access pattern, a
find across the whole directory tree via the rclone mount takes about 1 minute 35 seconds. However,
rclone --fast-list ls on the same directory takes about 5 seconds.
When a directory is listed on an
rclone mount (e.g.
ls), would it be an interesting idea for rclone to trigger a recursive directory listing to warm the directory cache? I know I'm going to be adding more directories and files into the structure. Curious if you've considered that and what you think of adding that as an option.