I have 2 remotes that are both exhibiting the same symptom. I have a Ubuntu 16.04 machine mounting a straight up GDrive remote and a B2 crypted remote. This works correctly on both 1.39 and 1.40. The mounted folders are exported to a Samba/CIFS share for simple access from Windows machines on the network. Here is where they differ. 1.39 works as expected. On 1.40, Samba clients can open the share and browse the root folder (and open files in the root folder), but cannot go into sub folders. I get an error that the folder is unavailable. There is no data in the log file. Both remotes exhibit the same behavior. My machine is setup with two rclone binaries (named rclone_1.39 and rclone_1.40) for testing purposes.
This command and share works as expected:
rclone_1.39 mount 555crypt: /mnt/555crypt -v --log-file /mnt/555crypt.log --transfers 8 --fast-list --b2-hard-delete --allow-other
This command works and allows local browsing, but any subfolders are unavailable via Samba:
rclone_1.40 mount 555crypt: /mnt/555crypt -v --log-file /mnt/555crypt.log --transfers 8 --fast-list --b2-hard-delete --allow-other
Has something changed in the way that mounts are handled between 1.39 and 1.40? It is also possible that I’ve gotten something screwed up, so feel free to call me out.