I see that it is only possible to specify sha1 or md5 commands for the sftp backend. Is there any limitation on the protocol for this? Could be possible to add a sha256 (or generic) command option?
The question came to me because my remote host, heztner storage box, provides also a sha256 command and restic backup creates files with the sha256 encoded in the file name, so I could easy create a sha256 SUM file from the file names and ask rclone to verify them remotely, without the need to download them.
Thanks in advance!