As the title says.
To be more specific, let's say I have a recent rclone (eg, v.1.55.1 or newer) running like
rclone --dir-cache-time=100000h --vfs-cache-max-age=100000h \ --cache-dir=/LOCAL/CACHE/DIR --vfs-cache-mode=full \ mount REMOTE:REMOTE_DIR /LOCAL/MOUNTPOINT
And it's been running for quite a while, so /LOCAL/CACHE/DIR already has a lot of the remote content cached and is really accelerating accesses.
Then I interrupt
rclone via ^C and immediately run it again, keeping the same options as above but with some additional ones (eg,
-vv for more detailed logs).
Does this new invocation of
rclone 'inherits' the /LOCAL/CACHE/DIR as left by the previous one, or does it lose anything (or worse, has to start caching anew)?
Thanks in advance for your answers.