rclone check -v doesn't show once per minute update counts.
This kind of bothers me.
Actually rclone check -vv doesn't show once per minute update counts. (It shows each and every individual file, but when I'm checking 500,000 files I'd rather just see a number showing me how many I've done, rather than a giant spammy list of each filename)
I guess I'm used to cryptcheck and copy which both show once per minute update counts.
Is there anyway to make rclone check -v "A:" "B:" show once per minute update counts, let's say, updating me on how many total checks have been made? the same way cryptcheck does? (or the same way copy does during copy's checking portion).
My remote is a crypt, so I've always used cryptcheck, and liked it fine, but I got a new computer and I'm doing some drive cloning and so I now have a use case for a normal check. Is there some sort of --flag that will make rclone check -v spit out once a minute updates like almost all other rclone commands I use do?
I figure there's gotta be a flag for this, since -vv leaves this out, it has to be intentional? so there must just be a flag I'm unaware of the existence of?