If you do some reading on Discourse, the software that runs this forum, it is very intentionally not supported nested conversations a la reddit. I see both pros and cons. Even this comment shows it since it’s related directly to your comment but not the rest.
I prefer the nested but that’s also because I spend a lot of time on reddit. I could be convinced otherwise
I'm not sure if this comes from the new version, but since I upgraded to v1.53.0-DEV with brew, I have been experiencing a lot of userRateLimitExceeded errors when doing server side syncing between two Google Drive folders using service accounts.
The operations stop around 50GB, throwing that error. Switching to another SA still results the same.
I have tried with fresh service accounts so I'm pretty sure that they don't hit the daily upload limit.
I have also tried syncing using the same SA and not doing server-side, and it works fine.
I have also tried different client_id and client_secret.
I can't really provide a log file, so it's pretty vague for y'all, but I'll try to narrow the issue down by either:
downgrade to previous rclone version.
try to sync different folders.
I want to see if anybody else experiencing the same issue though.
I've been using 1.53 for a few days now and it's much more 'buttery' with faster launches (about 1-2s down from about 2-3s for first launch and instantaneous if in the cache for repeat) and skipping seems faster as well - Plex did what seems to be a fairly major update as the UI is faster, so this might be contributing. Either way, I'm not complaining!
I want to experiement with --vfs-read-ahead - @ncw what's the default value please so I have a starting point? I can't find it in the docs.
Like already reported on this thread, I am using Rclone last version (rclone-v1.53.0-windows-amd64), and the error is happening almost all-day
2020/09/10 10:27:39 ERROR : IO error: open file failed: googleapi: Error 403: The download quota for this file has been exceeded., downloadQuotaExceeded
I will revert to rclone-v1.52.3-windows-amd64 and see if it stabilizes.
Also i tried to use the new VFS cache mode with FULL setting and observed that, for example, a 50GB file is requested, the 50GB file is written to the cache-dir folder completely and not just the requested parts of file.
Sorry for the flurry of questions. Hopefully, this will be the last one. I'm getting amazing start times with 1.53 with the default 16MB buffer and I don't want to jinx this by raising --buffer-size or --vfs-read-ahead too high.
Am, I correct that rclone prioritises the connection to optimise movie stream playback i.e. requesting the next required chunk, and if there's spare bandwidth for more chunks, it will then fill the buffer and then the disk (-vfs-read-ahead), rather than e.g. filling the buffer and then the disk before starting playback, resulting in slower launch times?