So what’s the actual config I would be looking to setup to test more of the cache feature?
My current config is:
/GD mounted via plexdrive:
/home/felix/scripts/plexdrive -o allow_other -v 2 mount /GD >>/home/felix/logs/plexdrive.log 2>&1 &
rclone encrypted mount on /media:
# Mount the 3 Directories via rclone for the encrypt
/usr/bin/rclone mount \
--uid 1000 \
--gid 1000 \
--umask 002 \
media: /media &
I use mergerfs to mount my TV and Movies:
# mergerfs mount
/usr/bin/mergerfs -o defaults,allow_other,use_ino,category.action=all,category.create=ff /local/movies:/media/Movies /Movies
/usr/bin/mergerfs -o defaults,allow_other,use_ino,category.action=all,category.create=ff /local/tv:/media/TV /TV
My current setup has a ~35TB library that has been using Sonarr/Radarr/Plex for months without any real problems other than I’d like to simplify a few pieces of software.
My use case is that everything is downloaded locally to my home plex server and I have a script that runs once a week to move from local to my GD. I don’t copy anything directly to the mount and I only have the mount read/write so I can delete any upgraded media that may come in after a week. So it would remove say a 720p version from my GD and the 1080p would be local until the weekly script comes along to move it to the cloud.
My ban seemed to happen here when I played a file:
The mount command from that use was:
#rclone mount -v --allow-other cache: /media --cache-writes --cache-rps 4 --cache-total-chunk-size 50G --syslog --vfs-cache-mode full --uid 1000 --gid 1000 --umask 002 &
So I’m not sure if I need to turn off the vfs-cache-mode as I turned that on when I got an error in my logs saying to turn it on when I tried to write a test file into my mounted GDrive.