Heres my workflow:
freenas NFS shares two directories - /downloads and /media
dockerbox with sonarr/radarr/transmission-openvpn in containers, and rclone installed on it has
freenas mounted /downloads
freenas mounted /media
google drive mounted /gd
/gd & /media:/gmedia
sonarr/radarr all download to /downloads and then have the copy (not hardlink) to /gmedia (the mergerfs location)
my understanding is that I can't use hardlinks because the locations for these things are not local drives - but rather NFS shares, spanning multiple disks.
the idea is that sonarr/radarr should download to /downloads then once done, copy and rename to /gmedia relatively quickly, then delete /downloads version.
the problem is that it is not doing relatively quickly this at all - and it didn't start until i started using rclone/mergerfs.
now, its taking ~3 hours to move a 50gb file. 30 minutes or so to move a 5-10gb file. my downloads are accumulating faster than they can be moved, which is causing a whole slew of other problems.
I only ask this here because i assume some of you guys have something similarly setup.
i don't think i have rclone setup with a cache of any sort - there is only one entry in the conf file. i don't know if that would help it or not, or if i should make my *arr's move to /media instead of the mergerfs /gmedia....not sure.
anyone able to help me figure this out?