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  1. just stop radarr, sonarr, plex etc - anything that's accessing the mount before you unmount. Shouldn't have any problems
  2. hmm have you tried unmounting and removing from rclone_upload or directly from the mount?
  3. pfsense traffic shaping does shape downstream - it does this by dropping packets, so that's why setting your bandwidth settings is important.
  4. But from the official documentation I can see Why have you enabled the Quick flag? Ignore my first version as it didn't work properly. It should do. I use floating rules as it was easier for me to have all in one place, and also you can adjust the order then.
  5. I'm 99% certain that at least for Plex no disks are used to play files - everything is streamed using RAM. I think even the rclone dir_cache is stored in RAM. I'm not sure how Kodi works i.e. is the file downloaded before playing - I don't think so. The thread has kind of got long, which is good - at first I was worried no-one was interested but the collaboration has helped improve setups, including mine. I've never had an API ban and my library is reasonably big - there are users in this thread with libraries x5 the size of mine and over a Petabyte. I haven't had any problems or even stuttering for a couple of months, and all my content is in a team drive now: root@Highlander:~# rclone size tdrive_vfs: Total objects: 53947 Total size: 248.142 TBytes (272835090178653 Bytes)
  6. You should avoid trying to write direct to the mount i.e. to /mount_rclone - always try to write to /mount_unionfs where the file(s) will get stored for a future upload in the background via /rclone_upload. You can also add files direct to /rclone_upload if you want, but it's best to use /mount_unionfs unless you know what you are doing so that you don't mess up sonarr, radarr etc Now to confuse matters - for files that are on gdrive that you want to move within the mount, I find the best way to move them is to move them in /mount_rclone rather than /mount_unionfs as this won't require you to download them just to re-upload, which moving within /mount_unionfs can result in.
  7. DZMM

    [Plugin] Linuxserver.io - Unraid DVB

    Thanks - download worked. will reboot in the morning
  8. no - you just need to run rclone config again on the remote
  9. My guess is you haven't created your own client_id: https://rclone.org/drive/#making-your-own-client-id
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    [Plugin] Linuxserver.io - Unraid DVB

    Thanks. I got an error though: Now installing TBS (Open Source) version 6.7.0.rc6 Base URL: https://lsio.ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/unraid-dvb/6-7-0-rc6/tbs-os Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzimage ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzroot ... failed (Invalid URL / Server error response) Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzroot-gui ... failed (Invalid URL / Server error response) Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzmodules ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzfirmware ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzimage.md5 ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzroot.md5 ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzroot-gui.md5 ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzmodules.md5 ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzfirmware.md5 ... done Checking MD5's: failed!
  11. If you use the settings in my guide no files get written to disk
  12. If you're just mounting and not uploading files it all happens in memory. If you're uploading, then set your rclone_upload directory to cache only
  13. I think your Plex library needed a rescan