We're migrating our Sharepoint Documents via
rsnyc between two Microsoft tenants. I've mounted two Sharepoint (as WebDAV) sites for testing( from source tenant to destination tenant). I thought that turning off the
vfs-cache mode to
off would make things faster. It took almost 2 hours to transfer 19GB of data. I had to use
--tpslimit because of microsoft requests limits.
What's the efficient way to mount? (Should I use vfs-cache mode writes?) or even if I should mount it, I'm not so familiar with the
dedupe command, but they seem a replacement for rsync.
Because of the how large one of our sites (close to 3TB), we probably have to do one pass then do a sync after because of the deltas.
- os/version: ubuntu 22.04 (64 bit)
- os/kernel: 5.15.0-1020-aws (x86_64)
- os/type: linux
- os/arch: amd64
Microsoft Sharepoint but mounted as WebDAV
For mounting the Sharepoint sites. As for the source site, it's pretty much the same.
rclone --vfs-cache-mode off mount "EVP_Test_Site": /mnt/EVP_Test_Sharepoint/ --allow-other -vvv --tpslimit=10 --log-file=/mnt/rclone_log_destination.txt
For the rsync command, I used
rsync --delete -ar SOURCE_PATH DESTINATION_PATH --log-file=/mnt/rsync_log.txt --info=progress2
type = webdav vendor = sharepoint