Guide: How To Use Rclone To Mount Cloud Drives And Play Files


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44 minutes ago, privateer said:

Has anyone here migrated their plex media server off of unraid onto a quick sync box?

 

In the process of doing it now (need to handle more transcodes and this is a very cheap solution), and curious about mounting the gdrives on Ubuntu - wondering if I can use a modified version of this script?

I maybe missing the mark here - but let UnRaid run the scripts and share the data. Whereever Plex is, just point to the UnRaid shares. That's exactly how my current setup is. None of my stuff here runs in the UnRaid dockers. The only downside - is if the mount goes down, your library might get wonky.

 

Typically, Sonarr will complain about it - Emby doesn't do anything other than stall. 

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3/1/20 UPDATE: TO MIGRATE FROM UNIONFS TO MERGERFS READ THIS POST.  New users continue reading 13/3/20 Update: For a clean version of the 'How To' please use the github site https://github.com/B

Multiple mounts, one upload and one tidy-up script.   @watchmeexplode5 did some testing and performance gets worse as you get closer to the 400k mark, so you'll need to do something like bel

so ive been reading for ages but theres so many pages here, my issue is that when the array is stopped the mergerfs mount is not unmounted casuing unraid to keep retrying indefinately to unmount share

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32 minutes ago, axeman said:

I maybe missing the mark here - but let UnRaid run the scripts and share the data. Whereever Plex is, just point to the UnRaid shares. That's exactly how my current setup is. None of my stuff here runs in the UnRaid dockers. The only downside - is if the mount goes down, your library might get wonky.

 

Typically, Sonarr will complain about it - Emby doesn't do anything other than stall. 

 

I have a separate box (Ubuntu) so I can use quicksync to transcode. I currently have the unraid drives mounted using AutoFS.

 

I'm asking about directly mounting the gdrive to the quicksync box. The scripts here are still needed on the unraid box for sonarr, radarr, and uploading files to the cloud (etc). It seems like you're suggesting something that would be like mount gdrive on unraid, and mount the mounted drive on qs box. 

 

Why would I do that instead of mount the gdrive directly on the QS box?

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3 minutes ago, privateer said:

 

I have a separate box (Ubuntu) so I can use quicksync to transcode. I currently have the unraid drives mounted using AutoFS.

 

I'm asking about directly mounting the gdrive to the quicksync box. The scripts here are still needed on the unraid box for sonarr, radarr, and uploading files to the cloud (etc). It seems like you're suggesting something that would be like mount gdrive on unraid, and mount the mounted drive on qs box. 

 

Why would I do that instead of mount the gdrive directly on the QS box?

 

That's just how I have it - because of circumstance, really. UnRaid and Emby (Sonnar too) were on different VMs for ages. I just added the scripts to UnRaid, and updated the existing instances to point to the mounts on UnRaid. I didn't have to do anything else. 

 

I also have non cloud shares that I still need UnRaid for - so to me, having all things storage related be on UnRaid server (local and cloud), and presentation and gathering on a separate machine is a good separation of concerns. 

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Don't know if you guys can help but I'm stuck at creating the service accounts. when I run python3 gen_sa_accounts.py --quick-setup 1 I get request had insufficient authentication scopes. I've enabled the drive api and have the credentials.json so not sure what's wrong.

 

EDIT: OK, got it working with manually created service accounts. Everything worked first try and I uploaded a 4k movie. Plex playback is fine, but for movies with Atmos I use MRMC (KODI) on my shield because the plex app stutters. Within MRMC I tried to add gdrive_media_vfs/4kmovies. MRMC cannot see anything below gdrive_media_vfs if trying to add as an NFS share. It sees it with SMB and playback is fine so far, but I prefer NFS because its faster. Ill keep playing with it but if anyone has any insight please let me know. Ive gotta upload 4k Lord Of The Rings and see how the Atmos works.

 

Also I assume it is storing the streaming movies in ram?

 

EDIT: Thought up a couple more questions. Im not very smart so these may be dumb questions and assumptions.

 

Is there a reason not to change

RcloneCacheShare="/mnt/user0/mount_rclone"

to

RcloneCacheShare="/mnt/disks/cache/mount_rclone"

My thinking is then it would stay completely on my 4 TB ssd cache drive.

 

After I got it working I created a folder with midnight commander in /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/ called 4kmovies. Would it be better to change

MountFolders=\{"downloads/complete,downloads/intermediate,downloads/seeds,movies,tv"\}

to include other directories I want such as "4kmovies" and "4ktvshows? This wont overwrite anything each time the mount script runs?

 

I want to start uploading 73TB this weekend so I just want to get everything right and understand how it works.

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Quick Question - Is it possible to have 2 unraid servers using the same google account at the same time or will it cause problems?

 

Also would you just use the same config file/scripts on each?

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6 hours ago, neeiro said:

Quick Question - Is it possible to have 2 unraid servers using the same google account at the same time or will it cause problems?

 

Also would you just use the same config file/scripts on each?

Should be possible - just make sure only one is changing files to be safe, and the other is polling regularly to see new files.

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On 3/5/2021 at 9:12 AM, axeman said:

 

That's just how I have it - because of circumstance, really. UnRaid and Emby (Sonnar too) were on different VMs for ages. I just added the scripts to UnRaid, and updated the existing instances to point to the mounts on UnRaid. I didn't have to do anything else. 

 

I also have non cloud shares that I still need UnRaid for - so to me, having all things storage related be on UnRaid server (local and cloud), and presentation and gathering on a separate machine is a good separation of concerns. 

Just went with an rclone mount actually.

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I would I change this so I can run t-drive and g-drive, I don’t use encrypted so I wouldn’t need that. How do I change the script for my purpose as I’m not that clever with this sort of thing


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On 3/6/2021 at 6:41 AM, neeiro said:

Quick Question - Is it possible to have 2 unraid servers using the same google account at the same time or will it cause problems?

 

Also would you just use the same config file/scripts on each?

I do this with a Windows machine and an unRAID server. Just generate the second box another oauth and service account for it so you can avoid hitting API limits and make the second box read only. Also, on the second box, don't set up a cache, because if you change files or update a file that is already in the cache, it will cause duplicates if they have different extensions.

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My setup is a combination of local + cloud storage using this setup. I'm using Unraid as an OS. Recently, I've encountered some issues with my CPU maxing out due to my Unraid use + the number of transcodes I have. Instead of upgrading the chips or adding a graphics card, I chose the less expensive solution of grabbing a dedicated plex box for transcoding using Quick Sync. The main reason for the decision was the setup was far cheaper ($80) and the overall power usage is low, so total cost is significantly lower. Also allows you to run other things on this box if you choose.

 

Box has Ubuntu with Plex on bare metal. I mounted my local unraid drives and mounted the gdrives. I haven't maxed out my transcodes yet but looks like the box can likely support 15+ (although I would bet probably 20+). I'm only allowing transcodes on 1080p content.

 

For people who are using a similar setup to me, I think this is a good solution. Just wanted to let everyone know this is an option!

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So I'm running into some strange issues, I recently migrated from unionfs to mergerfs so far it seems like the actual file browser responsiveness is far better. But I'm running into issues with files appearing corrupt, or my software just not seeing them. From what I can tell the files are not actually corrupt they open and play fine but stuff like metadata isn't showing up properly. For example I'm telling MediaMonkey to scan my music collection and it's picking up maybe 10 to 15 files at a time then seeing that files aren't available even though I can play them. I'm assuming this is some sort of timeout issue but I didn't have any issues while using the unionfs system just folders that wouldn't delete. I'm also getting weird permissions issues only for them to go away after a refresh of the folder my main system is Windows. Has anyone else ran into issues like this I've looked around but I haven't found anything. I'm not sure what other info to provide please let me know if there is anything else you would need to know.

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I'm setting up another system and changing how my paths are arranged.

 

The main question here is, are people using the cache setting? I'm reading on other forums and places that the cache setting shouldn't be needed and hasn't been for a long time, since the ranged gets were added.

Do I need this cache mount?

Can I just remove the 3 lines defining it?

 

/mnt/storage is a SSD cache pool.

EDIT - I have changed the /mnt/remotes/rclonefs to be on the SSD.

 

 

I was going to place the rclone mount in /mnt/remotes as I expected this to be read only, remote filesystem mounted.

 

 

RcloneMountShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclonefs" # where your rclone remote will be located without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_rclone
RcloneMountDirCacheTime="720h" # rclone dir cache time
LocalFilesShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/localfs" # location of the local files and MountFolders you want to upload without trailing slash to rclone e.g. /mnt/user/local. Enter 'ignore' to disable
RcloneCacheShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclone_cache" # location of rclone cache files without trailing slash e.g. /mnt/user0/mount_rclone
RcloneCacheMaxSize="250G" # Maximum size of rclone cache
RcloneCacheMaxAge="336h" # Maximum age of cache files
MergerfsMountShare="/mnt/storage/cloudfs" # location without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs. Enter 'ignore' to disable

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On 3/10/2021 at 8:18 PM, privateer said:

My setup is a combination of local + cloud storage using this setup. I'm using Unraid as an OS. Recently, I've encountered some issues with my CPU maxing out due to my Unraid use + the number of transcodes I have. Instead of upgrading the chips or adding a graphics card, I chose the less expensive solution of grabbing a dedicated plex box for transcoding using Quick Sync. The main reason for the decision was the setup was far cheaper ($80) and the overall power usage is low, so total cost is significantly lower. Also allows you to run other things on this box if you choose.

 

Box has Ubuntu with Plex on bare metal. I mounted my local unraid drives and mounted the gdrives. I haven't maxed out my transcodes yet but looks like the box can likely support 15+ (although I would bet probably 20+). I'm only allowing transcodes on 1080p content.

 

For people who are using a similar setup to me, I think this is a good solution. Just wanted to let everyone know this is an option!

 

i might be interested in this -> which solution is $80?!?!

 

also currently running plex on unraid , but no amount of explaining can convince the users to not use transcode...sigh. upgrading cpu will only get me so far, and no slots available for an nvidia card (or probably i believe it will limit bandwidth on other slots if i install one)

 

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@DZMM I moved over from plexguide to your script over a year ago. Using the old version of the script without cache settings works as expected. If I use the new version with cache defined, I get an extra folder created within my mount point the same name as my mount point.

 

Am I missing something or should the configure below valid? The paths have all changed as I moved it to a new system. 

I'm not certain if I want the cache setting or not but I dislike the new script not working correctly for me, I've read before that it was not getting maintained within the rclone code.

 

I've also always been mounting mine as gdrive & tdrive. Looking at it again recently, I see I don't ever use the gdrive sections and they don't seem to be required.

 

0.96.4

# REQUIRED SETTINGS
RcloneRemoteName="tcrypt" # Name of rclone remote mount WITHOUT ':'. NOTE: Choose your encrypted remote for sensitive data
LocalFilesShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/localfs" # location of the local files you want to upload without trailing slash to rclone e.g. /mnt/user/local
RcloneMountShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclonefs" # where your rclone remote will be located without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_rclone
MergerfsMountShare="/mnt/storage/cloudfs" # location without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs. Enter 'ignore' to disable
DockerStart="" # list of dockers, separated by space, to start once mergerfs mount verified. Remember to disable AUTOSTART in docker settings page
MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"\} # comma separated list of folders to create within the mount

 

0.96.9.2

# REQUIRED SETTINGS
RcloneRemoteName="tcrypt" # Name of rclone remote mount WITHOUT ':'. NOTE: Choose your encrypted remote for sensitive data
RcloneMountShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclonefs" # where your rclone remote will be located without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_rclone
RcloneMountDirCacheTime="720h" # rclone dir cache time
LocalFilesShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/localfs" # location of the local files and MountFolders you want to upload without trailing slash to rclone e.g. /mnt/user/local. Enter 'ignore' to disable
RcloneCacheShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclone_cache" # location of rclone cache files without trailing slash e.g. /mnt/user0/mount_rclone
RcloneCacheMaxSize="250G" # Maximum size of rclone cache
RcloneCacheMaxAge="336h" # Maximum age of cache files
MergerfsMountShare="/mnt/storage/cloudfs" # location without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs. Enter 'ignore' to disable
DockerStart="" # list of dockers, separated by space, to start once mergerfs mount verified. Remember to disable AUTOSTART for dockers added in docker settings page
MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"\} # comma separated list of folders to create within the mount

 

 

I have gdrive & gcrypt, I carried the config over but recently noticed I don't use them or even mount them. Ok to remove?

Do you use gdrive or just team drives (now shared drives)

 

I'm missing scope = drive but its the default option (just checked)

 

 

[gdrive]
client_id = clientid@google
client_secret = AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
type = drive
token = {"access_token":""}

[gcrypt]
type = crypt
remote = gdrive:/encrypt
filename_encryption = standard
directory_name_encryption = true
password = PASS1
password2 = PASS2

[tdrive]
client_id = clientid@google
client_secret = AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
type = drive
token = {""}
team_drive = AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

[tcrypt]
type = crypt
remote = tdrive:/encrypt
filename_encryption = standard
directory_name_encryption = true
password = PASS3
password2 = PASS4

 

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On 3/27/2021 at 7:18 AM, Neo_x said:

 

i might be interested in this -> which solution is $80?!?!

 

also currently running plex on unraid , but no amount of explaining can convince the users to not use transcode...sigh. upgrading cpu will only get me so far, and no slots available for an nvidia card (or probably i believe it will limit bandwidth on other slots if i install one)

 

 

Look for a cheap laptop or desktop/thin client that has an intel 7th+ gen chip in it. I bought an older HP Prodesk.

 

Install linux, Plex, mount unraid and cloud drives

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Hello Guys,

 

I am trying to get the rclone_mount script running but somehow it fails at checking the connectivity. I can see in the script that it tries to ping google so it should work if my server is online.

 

I get the following:

 

Script location: /tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/rclone_mount/script
Note that closing this window will abort the execution of this script
31.03.2021 23:24:51 INFO: Creating local folders.
31.03.2021 23:24:51 INFO: Creating MergerFS folders.
31.03.2021 23:24:51 INFO: *** Starting mount of remote test_drive
31.03.2021 23:24:51 INFO: Checking if this script is already running.
31.03.2021 23:24:51 INFO: Script not running - proceeding.
31.03.2021 23:24:51 INFO: *** Checking if online
31.03.2021 23:24:54 FAIL: *** No connectivity. Will try again on next run

 

Could you help me please?

 

Edit: I changed the ping destination from google.com to 8.8.8.8 and it did the trick.

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On 3/27/2021 at 5:07 AM, Tuftuf said:

The main question here is, are people using the cache setting? I'm reading on other forums and places that the cache setting shouldn't be needed and hasn't been for a long time, since the ranged gets were added.

Do I need this cache mount?

Can I just remove the 3 lines defining it?

It really just depends on what you use the rclone drive for. If you are sending downloads to it that are only going to be there temporarily until they are moved to their respective folders, I would say a cache drive is almost necessary to have. If it is just for media and your downloads are local, you may not need it. I personally would keep it either way. Depending on what you are uploading, recent data is more likely to be accesses, which would be local and cut down on your rclone drive being queried, thus reducing the amount of API calls. 

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On 3/29/2021 at 3:57 AM, Tuftuf said:

@DZMM I moved over from plexguide to your script over a year ago. Using the old version of the script without cache settings works as expected. If I use the new version with cache defined, I get an extra folder created within my mount point the same name as my mount point.

 

Am I missing something or should the configure below valid? The paths have all changed as I moved it to a new system. 

I'm not certain if I want the cache setting or not but I dislike the new script not working correctly for me, I've read before that it was not getting maintained within the rclone code.

 

I've also always been mounting mine as gdrive & tdrive. Looking at it again recently, I see I don't ever use the gdrive sections and they don't seem to be required.

 

0.96.4

# REQUIRED SETTINGS
RcloneRemoteName="tcrypt" # Name of rclone remote mount WITHOUT ':'. NOTE: Choose your encrypted remote for sensitive data
LocalFilesShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/localfs" # location of the local files you want to upload without trailing slash to rclone e.g. /mnt/user/local
RcloneMountShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclonefs" # where your rclone remote will be located without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_rclone
MergerfsMountShare="/mnt/storage/cloudfs" # location without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs. Enter 'ignore' to disable
DockerStart="" # list of dockers, separated by space, to start once mergerfs mount verified. Remember to disable AUTOSTART in docker settings page
MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"\} # comma separated list of folders to create within the mount

 

0.96.9.2

# REQUIRED SETTINGS
RcloneRemoteName="tcrypt" # Name of rclone remote mount WITHOUT ':'. NOTE: Choose your encrypted remote for sensitive data
RcloneMountShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclonefs" # where your rclone remote will be located without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_rclone
RcloneMountDirCacheTime="720h" # rclone dir cache time
LocalFilesShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/localfs" # location of the local files and MountFolders you want to upload without trailing slash to rclone e.g. /mnt/user/local. Enter 'ignore' to disable
RcloneCacheShare="/mnt/storage/firefly/rclone_cache" # location of rclone cache files without trailing slash e.g. /mnt/user0/mount_rclone
RcloneCacheMaxSize="250G" # Maximum size of rclone cache
RcloneCacheMaxAge="336h" # Maximum age of cache files
MergerfsMountShare="/mnt/storage/cloudfs" # location without trailing slash  e.g. /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs. Enter 'ignore' to disable
DockerStart="" # list of dockers, separated by space, to start once mergerfs mount verified. Remember to disable AUTOSTART for dockers added in docker settings page
MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"\} # comma separated list of folders to create within the mount

 

 

I have gdrive & gcrypt, I carried the config over but recently noticed I don't use them or even mount them. Ok to remove?

Do you use gdrive or just team drives (now shared drives)

 

I'm missing scope = drive but its the default option (just checked)

 

 


[gdrive]
client_id = clientid@google
client_secret = AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
type = drive
token = {"access_token":""}

[gcrypt]
type = crypt
remote = gdrive:/encrypt
filename_encryption = standard
directory_name_encryption = true
password = PASS1
password2 = PASS2

[tdrive]
client_id = clientid@google
client_secret = AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
type = drive
token = {""}
team_drive = AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

[tcrypt]
type = crypt
remote = tdrive:/encrypt
filename_encryption = standard
directory_name_encryption = true
password = PASS3
password2 = PASS4

 

From what you posted, it appears you have the same rclone setup, just one uses the "team_drive" setting. You don't reference the gdrive or gcrypt in the settings that you posted, so it wouldn't be access/used. I would say you are free to remove it from your rclone config if you don't use it for any other purpose. 

 

I have a similar setup, but I use the separate drive mappings for separate things.

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Hi everyone, if anyone has the time to help a fellow hoarder out I would appreciate it. For some time I have been using Plex, Sonarr, Radarr, Ombi and NZBGet to my media needs but am growing tired of buying drives. Really I would like to convert everything over to Google Workspace Enterprise Standard I believe it is and encrypt all my data. I am interested in only using the latest and greatest method on my UnRAID server and so I am reaching out for help. I am not a newbie when it comes to servers and computers but I am when it comes to rclone, mergerfs and encryption. If anyone can help me out I would be extremely grateful. I will leave my discord username here if someone can reach out please to USS Hauler #5050

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On 4/7/2021 at 10:59 AM, USSHauler said:

Hi everyone, if anyone has the time to help a fellow hoarder out I would appreciate it. For some time I have been using Plex, Sonarr, Radarr, Ombi and NZBGet to my media needs but am growing tired of buying drives. Really I would like to convert everything over to Google Workspace Enterprise Standard I believe it is and encrypt all my data. I am interested in only using the latest and greatest method on my UnRAID server and so I am reaching out for help. I am not a newbie when it comes to servers and computers but I am when it comes to rclone, mergerfs and encryption. If anyone can help me out I would be extremely grateful. I will leave my discord username here if someone can reach out please to USS Hauler #5050

 

See the first post.

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On 3/5/2021 at 9:12 AM, axeman said:

 

That's just how I have it - because of circumstance, really. UnRaid and Emby (Sonnar too) were on different VMs for ages. I just added the scripts to UnRaid, and updated the existing instances to point to the mounts on UnRaid. I didn't have to do anything else. 

 

I also have non cloud shares that I still need UnRaid for - so to me, having all things storage related be on UnRaid server (local and cloud), and presentation and gathering on a separate machine is a good separation of concerns. 

 

Quick follow up here - everything is running well on my end. I have my plex box mount my unraid shares using autoFS and then mount the gdrive shares direct from the cloud using rclone which I run as a service.

 

For your setup, when you say "point to unraid shares" how are you mounting the shares physically located on unraid as well as the gdrive shares that you have mounted on unraid. For the latter, are you mounting a copy of a mounted cloud drive? Sorry if that's confusing but I realized that instead of dismissing what you've done I'd like to know exactly what it is.

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3 hours ago, privateer said:

 

Quick follow up here - everything is running well on my end. I have my plex box mount my unraid shares using autoFS and then mount the gdrive shares direct from the cloud using rclone which I run as a service.

 

For your setup, when you say "point to unraid shares" how are you mounting the shares physically located on unraid as well as the gdrive shares that you have mounted on unraid. For the latter, are you mounting a copy of a mounted cloud drive? Sorry if that's confusing but I realized that instead of dismissing what you've done I'd like to know exactly what it is.

 

Okay - so I have the script setup somewhat as intended. 

Tower/local - this is where the stuff that will get uploaded goes.

Tower/videos - all my other "non cloud" videos (kids movies. Need available even if the cloud is down due to ISP issue. 

Tower/rclone - this is where all my gdrive mounts are directly mounted. I don't touch this, except maybe to see what's local/cloud

Tower/mergerfs - combines Tower/local, Tower/Videos and Tower/RClone 

 

So emby server library has paths presented as: Tower/mergerfs/Videos/TV or Tower/mergerfs/videos/kids

 

 

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On 4/11/2021 at 12:15 PM, axeman said:

 

Okay - so I have the script setup somewhat as intended. 

Tower/local - this is where the stuff that will get uploaded goes.

Tower/videos - all my other "non cloud" videos (kids movies. Need available even if the cloud is down due to ISP issue. 

Tower/rclone - this is where all my gdrive mounts are directly mounted. I don't touch this, except maybe to see what's local/cloud

Tower/mergerfs - combines Tower/local, Tower/Videos and Tower/RClone 

 

So emby server library has paths presented as: Tower/mergerfs/Videos/TV or Tower/mergerfs/videos/kids

 

 

 

And your emby software is being run on a physically separated device and you mount tower/mergerfs there or something? Do you just use AutoFS for this?

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3 minutes ago, privateer said:

 

And your emby software is being run on a physically separated device and you mount tower/mergerfs there or something? Do you just use AutoFS for this?

 

Just tower/mergerfs. 

 

The only? downside, is that emby also creates the metadata there (I have it configured to save metadata to folders). So all those small files count toward the 400K teamdrive limit.

 

If it gets too much, I can always just create a local metadata folder on the Emby Server - and let it store metadata there. But right now, it's not a huge problem. 

 

 

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