No problem, just a question: Is it possible to send a command to rclone to stop uploading as soon as the current ones in queue finish? e.g. Currently 8 large files are uploading with
rclone copy and there's a few TBs left to completely finish the job, but I would like to not lose the upload progress of the current ones by letting them finish before I (or the command) interrupt the process. I'm asking this because using the
--bwlimit 8.5M and sometimes removing this limit with
killall -USR2 rclone while the process is running does come in handy.
- os/version: arch rolling (64 bit)
Google Drive (crypt)
rclone copy gdrive:folder gcrypt:folder/folder -P --log-level=INFO --log-file ~/Documents/rclone-copy.log --use-mmap --fast-list --transfers 8 --buffer-size 1G --bwlimit 8.5M