- os/arch: windows/amd64
- go version: go1.11
i really hope that someone out there could help me fixing the recent issues we are having with our streaming experience and - most important - bring back WAF back to an acceptable level.
I am using rclone in combination with GDrive (cache -> crypt) for a couple of months now with more or less good results. However, during the last weeks some issues came up and i tried to investigate and fix them for about two weeks now but without success.
So, here are some details:
type = drive
token = XXX
[gdrive_crypt] type = crypt remote = gdrive_cache:Video/ filename_encryption = standard password = xxx password2 = xxx [gdrive_cache] type = cache remote = gdrive:/ plex_url = http://127.0.0.1:32400 plex_username = xxx plex_password = xxx chunk_size = 10M info_age = 30m chunk_total_size = 20G plex_token = xxx
rclone mount gdrive_crypt: q:
To be honest, the command line is the result of what i gathered from various topics discussing best results and i don’t really know what each of the flags actually does.
Plex Media Server is running on a Win10 box where the remote is mounted as a network drive. The mount runs as a service.
The error log is full with stuff i don’t really understand:
2018-09-27 19:52:39.701: 2018/09/27 21:52:39 ERROR : Video/7gi0jm5f7ul6akfhih8esadn2k/sgokk696qraffd1ug11j4ko618/dp4p4dokc4dv4jvf2f4bo7ni1o/775otcb53pjlje3tl7hsvgidkdafva0ce7c6p36ghb21namlci50: (4138691104/4138719724) error (chunk not found 4131389440) response
2018-09-27 19:49:29.876: 2018/09/27 21:49:29 ERROR : Movies/Movie (2018)/Movie (2018).mkv: ReadFileHandle.Read error: low level retry 1/10: unexpected EOF
I have no idea why items are referenced in both ways, with and without encryption.
Also, the read performance from GDrive seems to be very low:
2018/09/27 23:00:08 INFO :
Transferred: 308.996M / 3.141 GBytes, 10%, 2.519 MBytes/s, ETA 19m14s
Checks: 0 / 0, -
Transferred: 0 / 1, 0%
Elapsed time: 2m2.6s
TVSHOW - S01E01.mkv: 9% /3.141G, 1.340M/s, 36m9s
Any help would be highly appreciated.