rclone mount ... works well for mounting gdrive and uploading new files.
Let's say I've mounted the remote
/mnt/gdrive. Then, let's say I have a 2 gb file on my local drive and I want to store it in
gdrive. On my linux machine, I simply issue the move command:
mv /home/user/2gbfile /mnt/gdrive. All is well, it automatically begins uploads. So far so good.
Here's where I get a little nervous. If my internet goes out or my machine powers down, what happens to the 2gbfile? To the linux host, the file lives in
/mnt/gdrive/, but does the file actually live there if the upload was interrupted by a reboot or internet issues?
Thanks in advance! Any suggestions are welcome.