I just finish a very long sync to gdrive using crypt and I’m now using --crypt-show-mapping flag to get the mapping of my files.
in all the outputs, I notice 2 different kind:
1) first kind:
rclone | 2019-02-07T05:49:04.639165220Z -1 2019-02-01 20:46:24 -1 my_file_name
What does it mean ?? This does not happen for all my files. I noticed also that my_file_name also appears later in the second kind (so I assume the file is properly synced)
2) Second kind:
rclone | 2019-02-07T05:49:54.345763991Z 2019/02/07 05:49:54 NOTICE: my_file_name: Encrypts to "h3sdu5r8hd829dnfpiromgpjlvtc"
This one is pretty clear and what I want
Is there a way to get the mapping in a excel file format: 1st column: file_name, 2nd column: crypt
You might find rclone cryptdecode easier to use than
This looks like the output of
rclone lsl - are you running that? If it was from the log it would have a DEBUG/NOTICE/ERROR word in it.
You can use
rclone lsjson --encrypted secret: go get files with their names and encrypted names.
rclone lsf doesn’t support showing the encrypted names - if it did that would give you it in a csv format.
So -1 means there was an error during upload i assume ? I realised there were several time the same file.
- Ok, I will give a try to lsjson.
So far, I simply get the output of
lsd --crypt-show-mapping in excel, then parse info i needed with excel formulas. After log cleaning, I confirmed all my files were correctly uploaded and i managed to get the hash for each of them
That field is the size, and those
-1 are probably the sizes of directories.
If you would like
rclone lsf to support encrypted file names so you can use the
--csv output then please please make a new issue on github and we’ll see what we can do!