OS: Debian 9
I have a Google Drive remote and then crypt remote, the setup is from rclone 1.36 and it worked, but it would use huge amount of memory after some time(~6GB). Then I updated to rclone 1.37 and and 1.37-121 and 1.37-136 betas, each time I got the same problem
ls /home/d4os/cgoogle/Downloads/PTPnatches total 0
shows empty directory, but:
rclone lsl crcgoogle:/Downloads/PTPnatches
shws quite a long list of contents after a few seconds.
I mount it with:
rclone mount crcgoogle: /home/d4os/cgoogle --allow-other -v --transfers 10 --max-read-ahead 2000m --log-file=/var/log/rclone/cgoogle >>/var/log/rclone/cgoogle
reboots, remounts don’t help, other directories look ok, just this one. It worked fine on Rclone 1.37, forgetting cache doesn’t help(it doesn’t seem to forget PTPnatches directory, probably has no cache for it because it ‘is empty’. Listing contents with -vv outputs:
2017/09/13 20:00:55 DEBUG : Downloads/: Lookup: name=“PTPnatches”
2017/09/13 20:00:55 DEBUG : Downloads/: >Lookup: node=Downloads/PTPnatches/, err=
2017/09/13 20:00:55 DEBUG : Downloads/PTPnatches/: Attr:
2017/09/13 20:00:55 DEBUG : Downloads/PTPnatches/: >Attr: attr=valid=1m0s ino=0 size=0 mode=drwxr-xr-x, err=
2017/09/13 20:00:55 DEBUG : Downloads/PTPnatches/: ReadDirAll:
2017/09/13 20:00:56 DEBUG : Downloads/PTPnatches/: >ReadDirAll: item=0, err=
so, am I doing it wrong?