Is it OK to cache-mount without vfs-cache-mode?

What is the problem you are having with rclone?

Error when uploading consecutive files to nextcloud

What is your rclone version (output from rclone version)

v1.50.0-002-g378a3f41-beta

Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)

Linux X64, Slackware 14.2

Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)

Google Drive

The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)

rclone mount --cache-dir $PATH_ROOT \
    --buffer-size 0M \
    --poll-interval 1m \
    --drive-chunk-size 128M \
    --vfs-read-chunk-size 128M \
    --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit off \
    --cache-chunk-size=10M \
    --cache-info-age=1M \
    --cache-chunk-total-size=500G \
    --cache-workers=20 \
    --cache-db-path=$PATH_CACHE \
    --cache-chunk-path=$PATH_CACHE \
    --cache-tmp-upload-path=$PATH_UPLOAD \
    --cache-tmp-wait-time=1h0m0s \
    --cache-db-wait-time=1m0s \
    --allow-other --fast-list --uid=1000 --gid=1000 --umask=7 --vfs-cache-mode off --log-level DEBUG --log-file=/mnt/user/logs/rclone_test.log \
    $DRIVE: $PATH_RCLONE &

Hello. Thank you for always getting a lot of help from the community.

I use cache mount and change vfs-cache-mode to off because I recognize that files are write to both cache-chunk-path (cache) and cache-dir (drive).

Even if I turn off vfs-cache-mode, it seems that I can upload in tmp-upload-path and write in cache-chunk-path.

Is it okay to use it like this?
Also, I would like to advise you if you have unnecessary settings (cache-dir as far as I know) or incorrect settings or better settings.

(If I upload 10 files to nextcloud with this setting, one upload fails.)

I always thank everyone who read my writings.

I added my log.

When I upload a file, I think nextcloud creates a .part file and eventually Rename it to the original file name.
However, sometimes a .part file fails to lookup.

Thank you all for watching.

Hi buddy, did you get any way out to stop the issue during lookup, that bug/error is casuing delay in work a lot at times.

Regards,
Sloth Smith