Roudy

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  1. How long is the loading time for your movie? Is the file over 30GB? Could you post your mount script?
  2. Have you done a reboot since adding the uid/gid? Can you do an "ls -l" inside your "GoogleDrive" folder and paste the results?
  3. Is it a large file you’re trying to play? What is your internet speed? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Add the below to the mount script and it will mount it as the nobody:users permissions. # create rclone mount --uid 99 \ --gid 100 \
  5. Good luck! I'll be waiting to see how your transition goes. haha! 😂
  6. I'm hoping that's the case, and that they stick with it. My fear is they get everyone switched and then start enforcing the limits. Only time will tell. I'm going to wait until they do it I think. Once forced, I will voice my concerns about losing the unlimited data and hopefully get something in writing from them about it.
  7. I wouldn’t condone not fixing you original issue and to do some more troubleshooting. If you need a temporary solution in the meantime, I believe Q24 in the FAQ below will do what you are asking. https://github.com/binhex/documentation/blob/master/docker/faq/vpn.md
  8. I just got mine as well. I wasn’t too worried before because I had heard that the Enterprise Standard had the unlimited storage just for $20 a month, but I saw today after the email that you need at least 5 people in your organization…. I’m hoping they offer some type of grandfathering for the G Suite users, but if they don’t, anyone want to start a Google business?…. Hahaha
  9. If you go with the exclude route, you could try something below. Then just exclude the local. Just my quick thought without thinking about it too much. data |-----> mount_mergerfs | |-----> gdrive_media | | |-----> tv | | | |-----> google | | | |-----> local | | |-----> movies | | | |-----> google | | | |-----> local | | |-----> downloads
  10. The CA Backup puts it all into a .tgz file, so it makes it nice and simple. The file can get pretty large though. mine sits aroung 70G.
  11. It is definitely a VPN issue. Did you update the .ovpn files as I posted above? You should delete everything but the .ovpn file in the openvpn folder of your container. I didn't need anything but the .ovpn file.
  12. Should be pretty easy. Just add a "backup" folder to the "MountFolders" portion of the mount script. Then use the "CA Backup / Restore Appdata" plugin and point the "Destination Share:" to that folder.
  13. That's all the suggestions I have. I'm sure there is a setting/script somewhere adding it. Maybe check you SMB config maybe? That's all I have. You'll find it eventually. I wouldn't worry too much about it since it isn't affecting anything.
  14. With all the dockers disabled, did the script make the folder right at the mount? Is there a Docker container that may have an incorrect mapping that is creating that folder? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk