According to docs, OneDrive for Business support QuickXorHash instead of MD5.
So, when transferring files from Google Drive to OneDrive, Rclone only compare sizes and modtime (not hashes), right? Because Google Drive does not have QuickXorHash (only MD5).
Am I correct, here?
That looks correct to me as they would have to have the same hashes available to compare.
BTW If you really want to know what backends support you can do this
$ rclone backend features onedriveb: | jq .Hashes
$ rclone backend features drive: | jq .Hashes
You don't need to use
jq you can look at the whole output, that is just me using it as a JSON grep tool.
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