What is the problem you are having with rclone?
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rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
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Windows 10, Rclone 1.51.0.
I've got an encrypted gdrive mounted which contains various content.
Then I also have a cache (gcache) which links to this same encrypted drive, but only a specific folder - /plex. I linked my plex details to this as well.
How I understand this:
- I mount the cache, point Plex to it.
- If changes are made in this cache, it will automatically upload them to the encrypted gdrive - in this case the Plex folder, keeping the directory structure indexed so Plex has an easier time of indexing and doesn't run through gdrive's API calls and get a ban while scanning.
What ends up happening is after a few files are uploaded, I can no longer access the mounted gcache in Windows explorer until the mount is stopped and remounted again Then, a few more files can upload before the same issue occurs. The regular encrypted drive is still accessible, however, and files can upload to it without issue.
I've got vfs enabled on the encrypted drive to full, however it is not enabled on the gcache.
Mount settings for gdrive itself:
mount drive-cript: i: --config "c:\rclone\rclone.conf" --vfs-cache-mode full --fast-list --tpslimit=10 --drive-chunk-size=1M --vfs-case-insensitive --low-level-retries 99
Mount settings for gcache:
mount --allow-other --allow-non-empty --config "c:\rclone\rclone.conf" gcache: P:
Am I doing something wrong here? Should I just dispense with cache all together and stick to vfs with my mounted I: volume which seems to be doing just fine?
Any help is greatly appreciated since this is all new to me.