I have been browsing reddit, these forums, as well as google searches and am finding information that suggests rclone mount is an alternative to acdcli.
I am an acdcli, encfs, UnionFS-Fuse user who recently needed to change dedicated servers. I figured this was the best time as any to try out an rclone mount. I am familiar with rclone in the sense that I’d use it to copy files from the server to ACD, but not familiar with the mounting options.
I was able to get folders to mount encrypted using rclone and encfs. Perhaps I am doing something wrong, but my Plex library has been updating for the past 30 hours or so. I understand large libraries might take a while for its intital scan, but my library isn’t “HUGE”… it’s around 7.5 TB.
Has anyone else experienced a similar experience? It just seems extremely slow compared to the former setup, but I continuously am reading about people who have converted from acdcli to rclone.
I am using this command to via a @reboot crontab script to mount - is there maybe a better way of doing it?
/usr/sbin/rclone mount --allow-non-empty --read-only --allow-other --max-read-ahead 200M --checkers 16 --quiet --stats 0 acd:Plex /home/plex/acd-encrypted/ &
The server I am using is a Xeon 1225v2 with 32 GB of ram for what its worth and I am located in the US connecting to acd in the US as well.
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to read this.