What is the problem you are having with rclone?
For years I have been using rclone to mount my Google Drive files so I could play them with Plex.
I'm migrating my data from Google Drive to Dropbox and I suppose that since both services are different it might be better should change some parameters so I'd like to adapt my rclone mount script accordingly just in case I can improve its performance further.
Which cloud storage system are you using?
The command you were trying to run (eg
rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
ExecStart=/usr/bin/rclone mount DB: /mnt/dropbox \
--uid=1000 --gid=1000 --umask=002 \
ExecStop=/bin/fusermount -uz /mnt/dropbox > /dev/null
The rclone config contents with secrets removed.
type = dropbox
client_id = xxxxxx
client_secret = yyyyyy
token = zzzzz
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dropbox plex - the issue is repeating. It is nice to search first before asking question answered already many times.
you should check out I migrated away from Google Drive to Dropbox from @Animosity022
including the systemd service files.
Oh yes of course I checked his GitHub already
But if I understand correctly he uses his mount to upload files also. I have my own upload command so I supposed I should use different parameters.
Of course I could have posted on his thread asking how to re-adapt his mount command to my needs but I thought that would be asking too much so maybe it would he better to ask how can I improve mine
imho, start with his systemd, which is used for plex streaming.
if you find that lacking, then tweak that.
systemd script = mount
upload_cloud script = upload
@Animosity022 has two systemd files to mount TV and Movies with a different Dropbox APP ID. And one script to upload everything after 1 hour "on local disk", very straight forward. You can use the upload, but it is not mandatory. But it worth to check it, as Dropbox has other "problems" as Gdrive.
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