yes it was rclone move from local drive straight to GDrive, not to the mount. i can confirm it is reliable however i found few big files have having 0 bytes that was moved in the moment the server hangs before it gets turned off.
it was a time when swap, ram, cpu was in full utilization so i had to dirty reboot the server.
just to clarify, i didnt move it to the mount. i use rclone and plexdrive independently.
plexdrive is to mount read only as it has faster read access than rclone.
rclone is to move stuff only.
just a feature suggestion:
rclone may want to check whether a file is truncated or not. for example: i had wrong setting on my torrent that it downloads directly to a folder rclone monitor to move to GDrive. since torrent app allocate the space at early time, rclone thinks that it find a new file and keep uploading it. so it keeps uploading(moving) empty 1GB file.
once the torrent finished downloading, rclone actually tried again to do the same thing, but with the actual full sized file.
it is easy fix from torrent side to only move the file once it is done downloading. but i thought rclone whould do some check before it copy/move the file.