I'm trying to run
rclone copy to a new, empty hard drive. It said that it had transferred 9,220 files. However, my Mac had to restart due to some error. When I ran the command again and it did a check, it said 10,649 files had been checked. That's a deficit of 1,429 files. In the first transfer it also said that 1.268 TB / 2.493 TB transferred, but this new transfer I'm doing only says there are 540.866 GB left to transfer. (However, I know that this total might change.) Should I be worried that those 1,429 files didn't copy over? I usually run the command over again maybe twice to double check this, but are there flags I should be using to make absolutely sure? I don't want to have to go through the files on the two drives and compare them.
Sorry if this is a simple question. Thanks!
rclone v1.64.2 - os/version: darwin 13.2.1 (64 bit) - os/kernel: 22.3.0 (arm64) - os/type: darwin - os/arch: arm64 (ARMv8 compatible) - go/version: go1.21.3 - go/linking: dynamic - go/tags: cmount
Not using any for this particular command.
rclone copy '/Volumes/Duzzin/JELLYFIN-BACKUP' '/Volumes/WD My Book/JELLYFIN-WDMYBOOK' --transfers=8 --log-file '/Volumes/WD My Book/rclone_log.txt' -vv -P
Please run 'rclone config redacted' and share the full output. If you get command not found, please make sure to update rclone.
[gdrive-shared] type = drive client_id = XXX client_secret = XXX scope = drive token = XXX team_drive =
Log here. I had to cut out a lot of it because it was very long but it's all the same thing.