--max-age / --files-from weirdness?

EDIT: I think this is user error so disregard for now :slight_smile:

Hello all, after the new year decided to start fresh with 1.45 and look at improving rclone copy performance from windows -> box , large data set , small daily deltas

as our proprietor suggested I have been testing the following combo:

rclone lsf -R --exclude-from exclude.rclone --max-age 7d M:\Path\ > path-delta.txt

rclone --files-from path-delta.txt copy M:\path\ cache:_path_on_box --exclude-from exclude.rclone --no-update-modtime --size-only --max-size 14.9G --transfers 7 --ignore-checksum --stats-file-name-length 0 --stats 15s --checkers 12 --cache-db-path C:\Windows\Temp\rclone\cache-backend --config C:\rclone\rclone.conf -vv --log-file “path.log”

two odd things are happening:

first off the initial lsf is clearly picking up some old files, as far as I can tell they have not even been opened for years - I confirmed this behavior with trying a few older rclone .exe files I have going back to 1.36, 1.41 and a 1.44 beta - I can chalk that up some windows/NTFS weirdness and it doesn’t really impact anything in reality

however with 1.45 when doing the copy I noticed an error I had not seen before (or find reference to here)

DEBUG : find failed: not found in either local or remote fs

2019/01/08 14:39:15 DEBUG : Cache remote cache:_box_path: new object ‘Long/Path/Links’
2019/01/08 14:39:15 DEBUG : Long/Path/Links: find: error: couldn’t find object (Links)
2019/01/08 14:39:17 DEBUG : find failed: not found in either local or remote fs

(I nuked the cache just to be on the safe side)

any thoughts appreciated