I’ve used rclone for a long time and never encountered this. New install, openmediavault (debian base), everything the same as before. Pretty much, rclone is writing a large number of chunks that it shouldn’t write. Initially, I had issues as it was filling up my /tmp (even though I guess it’s not supposed to write there? ) and then through some config changing and passing a directory to cache the chunks too, is still going awry. I do not want to fill up my bootdrive and cause unintended issues. I initially had the size set for 90GB which on all my previous installs under ubuntu had been just fine, but I decided to drop it down to 10GB. However, after reboot, and making sure my systemctl daemon’s are refreshed, it’s still staying above 10GB to this newly selected directory /mnt/rclonetemp/cache while its scraping through my gsuite backend as plex scans.
I’m leaving it run for a few more hours to see what happens, maybe it’ll figure itself out.