What is the problem you are having with rclone?
rclone, when copying large files, stalls in progress after a few minutes and drops to 0/sec transfer rate until stopped by ^C.
Run the command 'rclone version' and share the full output of the command.
+ rclone version
- os/version: freebsd 13.2-release-p4 (64 bit)
- os/kernel: 13.2-release-p4 (amd64)
- os/type: freebsd
- os/arch: amd64
- go/version: go1.20.8
- go/linking: dynamic
- go/tags: none
This seems to be the newest version available in FreeBSD ports. Let me know if you'd like me to try something newer directly from the website.
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
The command you were trying to run (eg
rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
rclone sync /storage/nextcloud/data/nsood/files backblaze:silicon-tendstofortytwo
(and also later for troubleshooting)
rclone copy -vv testfile.bin backblaze:silicon-tendstofortytwo
Please run 'rclone config redacted' and share the full output. If you get command not found, please make sure to update rclone.
type = b2
account = XXX
key = XXX
A log from the command that you were trying to run with the
Log file available at https://nsood.in/rclone/log.txt
Also noteworthy: according to the top command, rclone was in the
uwait state. Not sure if that's useful, but you can see here: https://nsood.in/rclone/top.png
100% yes - as many B2 remote aspects were fixed in the latest version (v1.64.2)
Fix multipart upload: corrupted on transfer: sizes differ XXX vs 0 (Nick Craig-Wood)
Fix locking window when getting mutipart upload URL (Nick Craig-Wood)
Fix server side copies greater than 4GB (Nick Craig-Wood)
Fix chunked streaming uploads (Nick Craig-Wood)
Reduce default --b2-upload-concurrency to 4 to reduce memory usage (Nick Craig-Wood)
That does fix it, thank you! I migrated from using FreeBSD ports to just getting the binary from the website, and running
rclone selfupdate as part of my cron job.
Yeah this is the best way. A lot of distros have not up to date versions.
rclone is stand-alone binary without external dependencies so it is perfectly safe.
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