Hi. I use a g-suite account and created an team folder inside. This team folder is connected to an other personal gmail account to have more security (token, account info and keys writed on config file).
I have created a drive:/cache/crypt folder. I can upload file to the crypt folder and the video stream of Plex work very well for every file (4k included, buffer 6-7s).
I read a lot of ticket but I can't understand how cache works. When I play a file on the plex machine, i see local disk write a cache backend folder. The files are very large and it fill the local disk. Without free space Plex stream stop working. I don't understand what is the mechanism of rclone cache.
If i created a folder for the cache on the cloud why files are writed on the local disk?
Why people move this backend cache folder manually to the crypt cloud folder?
I'm bit confused because I can't understand the mechanism
first was 10G the chunk size, but after some minutes it filled the backend folder, and the stream of Plex gone down. Rclone didn't eliminated old chunk files so in the rclone windows appears messages with problem of reading chunks and retry 1/10 2/10 etc.
I must use the --cache-chunk-clean-interval ?
What are the consequences of an empty backend cache? More api questions?