I have a torrent client in docker that will not write files to rclone gdrive mount.
Windows 10 x64
Rclone mount command mount --vfs-cache-mode writes --log-level NOTICE gcrypt: X: --config "C:\rclone\rclone.conf" --log-file C:\rclone\rclone.txt --transfers 20 --multi-thread-streams 20 Docker run command docker run --privileged -v F:\temp\seed:/config -v F:\temp\seed:/downloads -p 50850:50850 -p 51850:51850 -p 51850:51850/udp -e UMASK=000 --restart always qbit
[gdrive] type = drive client_id = [secret] client_secret = [secret] scope = drive root_folder_id = [secret] token = [secret] [gcrypt] type = crypt remote = gdrive:/crypt filename_encryption = standard directory_name_encryption = true password = [secret] password2 = [secret]
qbit on docker log (W) 2021-05-13T22:32:08 - 'TV SHOW,...' was removed from the transfer list but the files couldn't be deleted. Error: Permission denied sonarr log shows Couldn't import episode F:\temp\seed\test.mp4: Destination X:\test.mp4 already exists. Rclone log doesnt show any errors. I have a seperate laptop not running docker and it imports over the files via sonarr fine to gdrive via rclone. I tried changing the docker umask=000 but it didn't help. Its like the docker doesn't have permission to write directly to the fuse mount, it attempts it, creates a file but is 0 bytes and after a few mins it auto deletes it since it couldn't write. Also the rclone service is running under the local windows system account, the permissions for that drive show as special.