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os/version: debian rodete (64 bit)
os/kernel: 6.1.20-2rodete1-amd64 (x86_64)
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S3, GCS, File
rclone copy s3://bucket1 gcs://bucket1
My main concern is efficiency, if I use multiple rclone instances. I know that within an instance parallelism can be configured with --checkers flag, and --transfers flag. But if i run the command on two different machines for the same 2 sources and destinations, would the evaluation order cause the work to be doubled or would it halve the time ? I understand that before each file transfer there will be a check on whether or not to move the file, but would the evaluation order be approximately the same if i set transfer thread count to say 200 ?