Hi, Right now I’m using --max-transfer 749G as part of my uploading scripts and it works like a charm. Nevertheless, I’ve observed that Google doesn’t (ever??) complain immediately about the 750G limit. My understanding is that it only complains after 750G limit been reached if you still try to upload new files. In other words, it seems like they allow you to finish transferring your current files (I guess it’s just a very permissive check in order to allow up to 5TB files to be uploaded).
My problem with --max-transfer as it is right now is that most of the times I have three big files at a significant percentage done (let’s say 70% of three 60GB files) and then it just stops, so in the end, I’ve only transferred like 630GB.
If my assumptions were right, my suggestion would be to have a flag (–finish-initiated-transfers??) to indicate rclone that we want to finish the current transfers but not to initiate new ones instead of just stopping.