Hello, I am new to this forum, but will try get get a dezent description of my problem for you to help.
My problem is my upload speed. I am running a server on a 1Gbit port and only getting around 2-4MB/sek upload.
Command to mount the drive:
rclone mount -vv OneDrive1: /home/OneDrive1 --vfs-cache-mode writes
The mount is working as intended and is uploading all in the folder + deleting it locally after some time (1H). Problem is the speed.
to get a baseline, try like rclone copy --progress to copy a single large file.
if you are getting slow speeds, you can also use a log file with debug info and look for messages about pacer, retries, throttling and whatnot.
onedrive is known to be slow during business hours and faster outside that time period.
for the rclone copy command, you can add the folllowing for debug output. -vv
or --log-level=DEBUG --log-file=log.txt.
Have a problem with my own ID.
I think I got it set up in Azure, but when trying to get the token (as my server is headless) it get this error:
Error: Auth Error
Description: No code returned by remote server
Let me first share my experiences with OneDrive on a 1Gbit connection. Max. download speed is around 12 Mbyte/sec and requires concurrent download of 4 large files (or multistream download of a very large file). Max. upload speed is similar and requires concurrent upload of 4 large files. The speeds decrease significantly if files are small, because there is a limit on the number of folder operations per second. The native OneDrive client on Windows has similar speeds.
In my tests it made no difference when using a personal client ID, so I propose you stick to the rclone client ID for now.
Based on your initial post I guess you are able to run this command:
It will copy your 1 GB speedtest file to OneDrive and write debug information in rclone.log, even if the file has already been copied. I should complete in app. 5 minutes with an upload speed of 2-4MByte/sec.
Before sharing the logfile I would like to know the results from these commands (remembered by head, correct me if I am wrong, I am usually on Windows):