New setup and lost some data

Okay sorry maybe my command seems like wrong But thats how worked on my nas since one year.


If i want to copy a path with files from my nas to crypte i use the command β€œ rclone copy path1 path2” so i can keep my files on order which is on gdrive

The problem since yesterday is That when i start to upload to gdrive then rclone makes stop all downlaods etc on os (docket containers vs) i think the problems comes out by my rclone.config file

Maybe shall i remove gcrypt and gcache from config file? You told me gcache is not necessary anymore

that is not the problem. but if you want to then remove the entries from the config file

you mentioned that you changed a disk on your nas.
did you re-install the synology operating system?

Yes i had installed it again i don’t remember any issues on rclone old os like that

it would seem to be a synology issue, not a rclone issue, correct?

for one year,
exact same rclone config file
exact same rclone commands

the gcache is not working
the nas is crashing

yes it seems like this. do you think and mount command may help me about this issues or and configurations changes on config file ?

this is not a config issue as you used the same exact config file on the old and new operating systems.
and you used the exact same commands as before.

i would update to the lastest stable, v1.53

as a test, try to limit the amount of network bandwidth rclone is using.

okay how can i update it on ssh ?

that would update it already curl | sudo bash

thats currently version

rclone v1.52.3

  • os/arch: linux/amd64
  • go version: go1.14.7

run that command on the synbox, as you would run an bash command.

i have unmunted it and restarted the nas but it doesnt help to update it

curl | sudo bash % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 0Pa100 4436 100 4436 0 0 37689 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 37914

the script is waiting for you to type your administrator password.
so type your administrator password and press the entry key

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