Hello I'm new here, pardon me if say something stupid.
I normally use my windows machine to sync files with the cloud (normally use Dropbox/Google Drive/One Drive windows clients) and I need to change my OS to a linux machine, so I'm trying to have a good environment to use, but access my files on the cloud are making me upset, first I try just to rclone mount the remote root folder locally but the speeds of reading and writing are not that good, so I put the rclone cache in the middle, it speed things up but not enough to use as good as a local folder.
So now I'm thinking in something local folder and sync it with the cloud, using my remote partition, because I need both ways sync.
But I read a lot in a lot of things in a lot places I'm not sure what's is a better solution, my current approach is have a partition of the remote source with cache, using rclone mount, and have a local directory with a copy of the entire remote folders and then sync it using sync or using something like.
Is that a good, for mount partition I'm using a service running on start and probably will have a cron schedule to sync files.