Sorry, I mean in terms of cpu and memory usage? Say if a script employs 'inotifywait' to efficiently wait for a file to get written to a directory, and then launches 'rclone move' to upload the file, and repeats for the next file, how will this compare with the use of 'rclone mount' running in the background and uploading files as they are written to the directory instead? I mean is the 'rclone mount' implementation fairly efficient in terms of avoiding unecessary polling, etc.?
I imagine 'rclone mount' incurs a performance penalty(?).
On the other hand, I wonder if repeated 'rclone move' commands would result in some unecessary processing associated with re-establishing the connection from scratch every time, which 'rclone mount' can avoid?
Would be interested to know your thoughts.