I am currently planning to upload a backup of my Smartphone photos and videos to a Google Drive Business acc with rclone and a crypt remote. Due rather slow google api only being able to slowly create new files, I planned to pack them all into 1 big archive that I initally pack on my local setup and upload it. I then want to be able to write new files into it via a mount, when I made new photos I want to sync. ISOs wont work because they are read only after being created and therefore I wont be able to extend them with new files. I also tried packing images into a 7z archive as you write to them even after they were created. However, if I want to copy new files into a test archive I uploaded, 7Zip wants to to replicate the whole archive, resulting in a full redownload and reupload, which isnt my goal. It's not a problem with rclone, but I hope you can help me finding a rclone cloud mount-friendly archive format that allows me to write files to it that doesnt need full replication but only extends the archive with the amount of files I upload. Maybe someone already has experience with that topic.
rclone.exe mount gdrive:/ x: --buffer-size 256M --vfs-cache-mode writes --attr-timeout 8700h --dir-cache-time 8760h --poll-interval 10s
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Don't think Log and config are necessary for my Help Request. If you need them, let me know.
Thank you all very much in advance!