OS: Ubuntu 16.04
Rclone version: 1.49.5
Command that I used:
nohup rclone mount remote:path/to/remote /path/to/local --vfs-cache-mode writes > /dev/null 2>&1 &
As soon as I entered the command, I tried to view the process of rclone using htop, and the result is:
Those are threads, not processes.
I'm not a linux geek, so how do I distinguish between threads and process?
Use top or you can turn it off in htop.
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