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  1. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    Humor me a bit and try running it again with 5. If that still gives you an error I'll update the plugin with a more lax timeout
  2. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    Well the plugin is doing exactly what it's supposed to. For some reason you can't connect to the rclone website to download the zip. Seems that you can't resolve the domain. Perhaps try increasing the timeout value and try the command again.
  3. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    @Heciruam What happens if you run: curl --connect-timeout 5 --retry 3 --retry-delay 2 --retry-max-time 30 -o /boot/config/plugins/rclone/install/rclone-current.zip https://downloads.rclone.org/rclone-current-linux-amd64.zip
  4. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    The plugin installs the newest version on install so just remove the plugin and install it again.
  5. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    Having your plugins update automatically won't do much good if rclone is running when the update is triggered. The install didn't succeed. Try rebooting again if you cannot reinstall and/or you don't get any errors when you install
  6. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    Sounds like you didn't have the new version installed. Are you getting any errors when you reinstall?
  7. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    You could use the build in way to encrypt the config file but that just means that you have to either enter the password every time you run a command or include the password in the command kinda defeating the purpose. If you want to do it just run rclone config and follow the instructions for password protecting the config.
  8. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    This seems to be the case for atleast some of you guys. Do you get any errors during the update?
  9. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    Nope working fine here
  10. Waseh

    6.6.0RC4 - nginx upstream timed errors

    Oh it won't affect performance at all - as soon as the command is entered the original binary handles everything so you won't gain anything by running it "directly" . If you check your running processes you'll already see rcloneorig and not rclone even though you invoked rclone.
  11. Waseh

    6.6.0RC4 - nginx upstream timed errors

    @DZMM 'rcloneorig' is in fact the true rclone binary. When invoking 'rclone' (when using my plugin) you actually invoke a wrapper script that calls rcloneorig and injects the config path just as the example i posted above. This is done so the config can be kept on the flash drive as to keep it persistent across reboots, but to keep the command consistent with what it would be on other systems.
  12. Waseh

    6.6.0RC4 - nginx upstream timed errors

    @DZMM Considering this only happens when you actually run a rclone command i don't think it's related to the plugin but perhaps more likely the rclone command itself. If somehow the wrapper is causing the problem you would be able to solve it by invoking: rcloneorig --config /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/.rclone.conf move /mnt/user/rclone_upload/google_vfs/ gdrive_media_vfs: -vv --drive-chunk-size 512M --checkers 3 --fast-list --transfers 2 --exclude .unionfs/** --exclude *fuse_hidden* --exclude *_HIDDEN --exclude .recycle** --exclude *.backup~* --exclude *.partial~* --bwlimit 9500k --tpslimit 4 This bypasses anything the wrapper is doing to the command. I would be surprised if this was the culprit though.
  13. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    rclone could be doing any number of things so shutting it down gracefully really depends on what you've got going on. As mentioned earlier on this very page you can kill the proces if you want to to force the update - However standard warnings with killing processes apply.
  14. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    No problem
  15. Waseh

    [Plugin] rclone

    I only asked you to do the ping because your post originally contained the no internet error that you removed in your edit 😛 Google how to kill a proces in Linux - look for rcloneorig when you call ps -A to find the pid Be aware that if you kill the proces you might screw something up if say you have a rclone remote mounted and don't close it gracefully