I have a OneDrive (casual user), which I want to add to my backup. Therefore I followed the advice given in  and read .
But restic does not descend to the folder. It says it is empty. So therefore my question: What am I doing wrong? (Note, that this works very well on Linux, but I have to use Windows for this case.)
# Mount RClone, with rc for scripting and read-only since I d o not want to write using rclone
rclone mount OneDrive: C:\Users\myhome\test --read-only --rc --vfs-cache-mode minimal
# In an other terminal:
restic.exe --verbose backup C:\Users\myhome\test --tag "ONEDRIVE" # Outputs stats with no file and 3 changed dirs
# Running it on one specific file does work:
restic --verbose backup C:\Users\myhome\test\035.jpg
And now I’m here and wondering what I’m doing wrong. Any suggestions?
there are a number reasons for that
— onedrive has a lot of rate limiting, and personal is much worse then business.
as per rclone docs, should create a onedrive client_id.
tho with onedrive, that still might not make a difference.
yes, your mount is read-only, tho using a correct vfs file cache mode should help with reads.
so might try something like rclone.exe mount OneDrive: x: --read-only --vfs-cache-mode=full --network-mode --buffer-size=0 --dir-cache-time=1000h