I’ve been using RClone for just about a month and I really enjoy the idea of it but I feel that I read new varieties of guides wherever I search for guidance.
The first guide I used was this guide for unRAID over at laubacher.io but after reading this post by Animosity022 I’m more interested in the built in cache alternative, as I’d like to decrease the amount of dependencies for a complete setup.
I’m hosting a Plex server on my unRAID server over a 250/100 mbps connection, where my media usually resides on a 16 TB array and downloads from Sonarr/Radarr are being downloaded onto my 500 GB SSD cache and then moved onto the array.
I’ve set up RClone and created/mounted GDrive directories according to Animosity002’s first few posts but I don’t understand how the cache-tmp-upload-path attribute is intended to work, as I’ve copied a single large media file into that specific folder, waited a few hours, but the file has not been uploaded to the specified Drive directory.
Perhaps I’ve misunderstood the cache feature, but I want to move all new files after an mount of time, without Plex suffering from missing files, if Plex, Sonarr and Radarr all point to the same mount point which, in this case, would be /gmedia.
The newer version of unRAID is complaining about the UnionFS plugin, which has me worried that my current setup from Laubacher is soon going to be unusable.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? What am I missing?