without --no-modtime --no-checksum --read-only also truly works, as these added because of DLNA does not need these, to make media listing faster. As i wrote, i use it since months.
Yes, film path is different from backup, as i don’t want to backup into the folder of movies
rclone mount gdrive:/film /share/cloud/filmz --daemon --allow-other --buffer-size=128M --log-file /share/tar/mount.log
rclone mount gdrive:/moccvid /share/cloud/moccvid --daemon --allow-other --buffer-size=128M --log-file /share/tar/mount.log
nohup rclone serve dlna gdrive:/film --no-modtime --no-checksum --read-only --dir-cache-time 1h &> ~/rdlna.out&
rclone copy /share/tar/film gdrive:/film --buffer-size=256M --max-transfer 725G --log-file /share/tar/sync.log &
But i just did a simple copy to backup…
rclone copy ./ gdrive:/backup
of course it works, as it starts rclone. But restic doesn’t even invokes rclone, but writes error invalid backend BEFORE touching rclone…
also: rclone serve webdav gdrive:/film --pass pasw543 --addr lanip:8088
with rclone serve webdav gdrive:/backup --addr lanip:8088 i can upload, and download, or open files, from windows explorer…
Can anyone verify that restic EVER worked with rclone?