Is there an easy way to do this other than querying each upstream separately which could be an headache?
Perhaps you can see it with -vv, but I doubt it.
How many upstreams do you have? and why?
Unfortunately it can't be found using -vv.
I have 8 upstreams. Problem is that some of them are from providers which make use of an internal recycle-bin which counts toward total quota but can't be accessed through rclone + it's size can't be determined through rclone. Also there doesn't seem to be a way to disable it.
So whenever I sync with the union I must keep control where deleted files go and then manually empty the relevant accounts' recycle-bins through the web. Those deleted files are often big.
Using --dry-run I can tell in advance which files are about to be deleted from the union - but can't tell which upstream each one belongs to, so I must open a browser and log into each account and check, which is of course a tiring task.
I thought there might be a way/flag/trick to get this info from rclone.
It's tough as we have zero details and you ignored / didn't use / didn't read the template.
Put some effort in and share your details.
Question is just about unions I believed it's too general for the template.
Gotcha. I'll move on then from this thread. Good luck.
I have consolidated all my (important) files in a single account to avoid spending time on issues like this. The simplicity has saved me a lot of time and worries and I also get a better price per GByte.
I suggest you consider doing the same.
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