Rclone instead of rsync

I am looking to use rclone instead of rsync, the copy performance is 1/3 the time. However I am loosing OWNER, GROUP and PERMISSIONS. Thus have to reset those after the rclone making the copy 1/3rd the time but the overall process after chown and chmod about the same as a normal RSYNC.

sudo rclone sync /source /targetFolder -P -L --create-empty-src-dirs --transfers 64

in this case all the files created are root:root, meaning I have to run chown after the copy.

Latest rclone, on ubuntu 18.04

Rclone doesn't currently preserve permissions, ownership or attributes.

However there are plans to do that so watch this space!

This topic was automatically closed 90 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.