I've been using these parameters since two or three years and I'm curious if anyone has found any improvements and are willing to share their setup?
I'm hosting my server at home on an Intel NUC with a 1Tb NVME-drive and utilizing the mover daily to move my stuff to Google Drive which is configured as a crypt towards a drive and not utilizing the team drive feature.
I've read somewhere that the VFS flags shouldn't be used but I can't remember why. I still use them tho.
What does --no-console do for you and do you see any of my parameters that can be changed or removed into something more fitting? My bandwidth is significantly slower, at 250mbps.
I used some of the parameters from the repo you linked to and forgot to change the cache dir, ending up in my /root dir taking up 35Gb and being unable to login to Unraid. Changed back to normal after remounting at more specific locations
Just a quick question. Do I use the mover when utilizing the --cache-dir parameter? My library directory is configured like this:
Local - Where my newly acquired stuff is located and later moved via RClone to my gcrypt:
Remote - The mount point for my RClone drive (:gcrypt)
Union - This is where my Local and Remote are merged with UnionFS and used in my Docker containers
Cache - This is new due to the change in the script. I can se two VFS-related directories in it right now.
Ok, so in my directory setup I would place new files in my --cache-dir and RClone automatically takes care of moving files?
If I go back to using the mover script, I don't need the VFS parameters at all?
Thanks for your help! Greatly appreciated.
should never copy files into the cache dir, rclone manages that.
instead, move the files to the mountpoint the P: drive.
rclone will upload the files.
the vfs file cache is optional; as some fellow rcloners do not use it, including myself on occasions.
for me, it depends on the quality of the internet connection.
with 1Gbps fiber + very low latency, no need for cache
with 5Mbps, unlimited hotspot from my cellphone + very high latency, i do use the vfs file cache.
Sorry, I was being sarcastic. I've been using RClone for a long time and realized that the changes to GSuite might make my current set up unusable and I have to go back to local disks. EDIT: Meaning that I feel dumb for learning about the VFS parameters just now.