Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
I have Gsuite mapped to a drive in Windows with rclone/crypt. Great setup. Yesterday I noticed an entire folder missing. I went to watch the show in PLEX and it wasn't there, looked in the drive through Windows and it's not there. Looked in Sonarr to check, and it's not seeing it either.
Question: Anyone with the same setup know how to look in Gsuite to see? There's nothing to recover in Gsuite, as it wasn't deleted via Google Drive, and from what I can see the API access from rclone does not register any deletions. Not a problem with rclone, just hoping someone has an idea where to look, or additional tools/logs in Gsuite I haven't see.
Thanks i'll try that...something is not quite right, not sure where though. I looked in the Google Drive trash, and nope the files are not there, but there are recent deletions that I did make through the mapped drive in Windows.
Maybe my rclone setup has something to do with what I'm seeing/not seeing...lemme explain. I have rclone running on Ubuntu, this machine has my Sonarr/Radarr and grabs content and moves it off the server to G-Suite. I also have the same rclone config file running on a Windows 10 machine and can access the files through mounted drive X:.
I copied the missing files back from the Linux machine to G-Suite, rclone crypted them as usual. I can see them in Linux at the new location, and in Windows. With Sonarr running on the Linux machine I had it organize and rename the files back to their Season folders. This look good in Sonarr, I can see the folder/file structure in Linux, however, on the Windows machine it is not seeing the Sonarr created folder structure, only the individual files. I have restarted the service to dismount/mount, but still the same view with no folders.
Not sure if I need the cache or not, was really just following the guide by Animosity and it has been fine. On the Windows system, how can I clear out the cache, I think this would resolve it, i.e., force a fresh directory listing
Sorry...getting wrapped around the axle here, it's just not working. Please take a look at what I have below.
The rclone config file i'm using I copied from my Linux server and am using on my Windows 10 machine.
gdrive is what points to Gsuite, and gcrypt is the one that points to the folder "crypt" on Gsuite:
Using rclone browser I can see all three, gcache,gcrypt,gdrive, and can browse directories and see files and folders, but still cannot see all the files and folders that the Linux install can. When I delete gcache I cannot see any files or folders in rclone browser. Clearly I have something screwed up somewhere.