List all directories/containers/buckets in the path.
Lists the directories in the source path to standard output. Does not recurse by default. Use the -R flag to recurse.
This command lists the total size of the directory (if known, -1 if not), the modification time (if known, the current time if not), the number of objects in the directory (if known, -1 if not) and the name of the directory, Eg
$ rclone lsd swift: 494000 2018-04-26 08:43:20 10000 10000files 65 2018-04-26 08:43:20 1 1File
$ rclone lsd drive:test -1 2016-10-17 17:41:53 -1 1000files -1 2017-01-03 14:40:54 -1 2500files -1 2017-07-08 14:39:28 -1 4000files
If you just want the directory names use "rclone lsf --dirs-only".
Any of the filtering options can be applied to this command.
There are several related list commands
lsto list size and path of objects only
lslto list modification time, size and path of objects only
lsdto list directories only
lsfto list objects and directories in easy to parse format
lsjsonto list objects and directories in JSON format
lsd are designed to be human readable.
lsf is designed to be human and machine readable.
lsjson is designed to be machine readable.
lsl recurse by default - use
--max-depth 1 to stop the recursion.
The other list commands
lsjson do not recurse by default - use
-R to make them recurse.
Listing a non existent directory will produce an error except for remotes which can't have empty directories (e.g. s3, swift, or gcs - the bucket based remotes).
rclone lsd remote:path [flags]
-h, --help help for lsd -R, --recursive Recurse into the listing.
See the global flags page for global options not listed here.