I am facing another issue.
I am using rclone rcd to run the server and only interacting to rclone with APIs. I am transferring the same files and deleting them for testing purposes.
I am facing cache issue which I do not understand how works.
When I run the following command it starts to copy the files. It works fine and start to copy files.
But when I run it without --drive-impersonate and --header as-user It does not start the copy process. I have impersonate in my config section for both remotes.
And when I try the following it does not copy files. It works only when there is a different folder at the destination i-e "dstFs": "migration-1-88:/Testing/",.
Here are my server logs when it does not copy and also the files on destination have been deleted.
2023/09/06 21:37:54 DEBUG : fs cache: switching user supplied name "migration-1-1:/" for canonical name "migration-1-1:"
2023/09/06 21:37:55 DEBUG : Copy of Capture0.PNG: Size and modification time the same (differ by -131ms, within tolerance 1s)
2023/09/06 21:37:55 DEBUG : Copy of Capture0.PNG: Unchanged skipping
2023/09/06 21:37:55 DEBUG : Copy of Copy of Capture0.PNG: Size and modification time the same (differ by -237ms, within tolerance 1s)
2023/09/06 21:37:55 DEBUG : Copy of Copy of Capture0.PNG: Unchanged skipping
I want the rclone server to not cache any thing at all. Is there a way to achieve that.
I started working using this command. It worked so I did not changed it. I will modify it.
This happened when I had deleted those files even from trash. So there were no files but it was still skipping it. But I transferred them before using the same API call and it worked fine.
So I used rclone API to transfer those files. Then I deleted them and used rclone to transfer them again then those logs happened.