I can list the files with the following command:
C:\Users\Reini\Desktop\rclone-v1.60.0-windows-amd64\rclone-v1.60.0-windows-amd64>rclone.exe ls remote:
So the access should work. But if I want to map the "storage" bucket as a network drive I receive always the following error:
C:\Users\Reini\Desktop\rclone-v1.60.0-windows-amd64\rclone-v1.60.0-windows-amd64>rclone.exe mount remote:storage S:
Cannot create WinFsp-FUSE file system: unspecified error.
2022/10/29 23:07:17 ERROR : FS sj://storage: Mount failed
2022/10/29 23:07:17 Fatal error: failed to mount FUSE fs: mount stopped before calling Init: mount failed
I can´t find any solutions on the internet for this problem
I ve checked the Windows Event Viewer, and there is a message showing up, which says, that WinFSP couldn´t start, beacuse I don´t have enough ressources.
AMD Ryzen 3900
1TB nvme (660GB free space)
fwiw, i have run rclone mount in a cheap router with just 128MiB of memory.
can you run this command, and post the full output rclone.exe mount remote:storage S: -vv
or if you can to use a log file, just change the location to match your system. rclone.exe mount remote:storage S: --log-level=DEBUG --log-file=c:\path\to\rclone.log
Agree, the eventlog message says: "The service WinFSp wasn't started due to: Not enough system resources to start the service" and your system seems to have plenty of resources (if most of them are free).
I suggest you first make sure you have the latest version of WinFSP installed and then try starting the mount while checking the Performance tab in Task Manager, that may give a clue.
You could also try starting a mount of some local folder to rule out any issues with the StorJ backend (having a relatively high resource usage).
sorry for my late reply, but I ve tested it on my old laptop and it works from the beginning without any issues.
So I removed everything on my main pc and did the same steps as on my old laptop and I get the same errors as before. I have no idea whats wrong and I give up.