I'm downloading a big torrent (500 gb) directly to the OneDrive share mounted in Ubuntu 20.04 by using the following mount command:
sudo rclone mount OneDrive: /media/DISK1/OneDrive --vfs-cache-mode writes --allow-other --daemon
The problem is that the / mount partition is around 30 gb and the folder /root/.cache/rclone/vfs/OneDrive gets bigger until it fills the whole partition and the OneDrive share gets unmounted, the torrent stops and the system is almost blocked as there is no free space in the / partition
Is there any workaround or solution for this? Now I have to delete the content manually, I tried a reboot and this blocks the booting of Ubuntu and you have to use a livecd boot in order to delete the folder.
The same problem happens when I try to copy from the local to the OneDrive mounted folder a folder of about 20-30 gb.
Do I need a bigger / partition or there is a solution for this to tell rclone not to make a bigger cache than an specified size?
rclone version is v1.52.1