Congratulations for the excellent software. rclone é really handful.
I have to download a big amount of files (around 660GB). I own two hard disks: a 500GB one; and another of 320GB. Neither of these disks can alone hold all the files I mentioned I have to download. I tried to merge both of them too (via "mergerfs" FUSE union), but it does not work (the 500GB hard disk is now all dedicated to storage of the files, but the 320GB one not. So, "df -h" says it has only around 25GB available, but I still have to download around 139GB of 660GB). I own an 1TB external hard disk and still have around 180GB to hold the files.
So, my problems are:
1 - the directories where "rclone" check for the files (on the two hard disks; the destination directories) are almost full;
2 - I do not like to plug and work directly on my external hard disk (is it a misconception? Is it have theoretical fundamentals?).
My doubt: can "rclone" compare source and destination directories, but save on a third directory?
rclone version output:
- os/arch: linux/amd64
- go version: go1.13.1