Mount the remote as a mountpoint. EXPERIMENTAL
rclone mount allows Linux, FreeBSD, macOS and Windows to mount any of Rclone’s cloud storage systems as a file system with FUSE.
This is EXPERIMENTAL - use with care.
First set up your remote using
rclone config. Check it works with
rclone ls etc.
Start the mount like this
rclone mount remote:path/to/files /path/to/local/mount
Or on Windows like this where X: is an unused drive letter
rclone mount remote:path/to/files X:
When the program ends, either via Ctrl+C or receiving a SIGINT or SIGTERM signal, the mount is automatically stopped.
The umount operation can fail, for example when the mountpoint is busy. When that happens, it is the user’s responsibility to stop the mount manually with
# Linux fusermount -u /path/to/local/mount # OS X umount /path/to/local/mount
To run rclone mount on Windows, you will need to download and install WinFsp.
WinFsp is an open source Windows File System Proxy which makes it easy to write user space file systems for Windows. It provides a FUSE emulation layer which rclone uses combination with cgofuse. Both of these packages are by Bill Zissimopoulos who was very helpful during the implementation of rclone mount for Windows.
Note that drives created as Administrator are not visible by other accounts (including the account that was elevated as Administrator). So if you start a Windows drive from an Administrative Command Prompt and then try to access the same drive from Explorer (which does not run as Administrator), you will not be able to see the new drive.
The easiest way around this is to start the drive from a normal command prompt. It is also possible to start a drive from the SYSTEM account (using the WinFsp.Launcher infrastructure) which creates drives accessible for everyone on the system or alternatively using the nssm service manager.
Without the use of “--vfs-cache-mode” this can only write files sequentially, it can only seek when reading. This means that many applications won’t work with their files on an rclone mount without “--vfs-cache-mode writes” or “--vfs-cache-mode full”. See the File Caching section for more info.
The bucket based remotes (eg Swift, S3, Google Compute Storage, B2,
Hubic) won’t work from the root - you will need to specify a bucket,
or a path within the bucket. So
swift: won’t work whereas
swift:bucket will as will
None of these support the concept of directories, so empty
directories will have a tendency to disappear once they fall out of
the directory cache.
Only supported on Linux, FreeBSD, OS X and Windows at the moment.
File systems expect things to be 100% reliable, whereas cloud storage systems are a long way from 100% reliable. The rclone sync/copy commands cope with this with lots of retries. However rclone mount can’t use retries in the same way without making local copies of the uploads. Look at the EXPERIMENTAL file caching for solutions to make mount mount more reliable.
You can use the flag --attr-timeout to set the time the kernel caches the attributes (size, modification time etc) for directory entries.
The default is “1s” which caches files just long enough to avoid too many callbacks to rclone from the kernel.
In theory 0s should be the correct value for filesystems which can change outside the control of the kernel. However this causes quite a few problems such as rclone using too much memory, rclone not serving files to samba and excessive time listing directories.
The kernel can cache the info about a file for the time given by “--attr-timeout”. You may see corruption if the remote file changes length during this window. It will show up as either a truncated file or a file with garbage on the end. With “--attr-timeout 1s” this is very unlikely but not impossible. The higher you set “--attr-timeout” the more likely it is. The default setting of “1s” is the lowest setting which mitigates the problems above.
If you set it higher (‘10s’ or ‘1m’ say) then the kernel will call back to rclone less often making it more efficient, however there is more chance of the corruption issue above.
If files don’t change on the remote outside of the control of rclone then there is no chance of corruption.
This is the same as setting the attr_timeout option in mount.fuse.
Note that all the rclone filters can be used to select a subset of the files to be visible in the mount.
When running rclone mount as a systemd service, it is possible to use Type=notify. In this case the service will enter the started state after the mountpoint has been successfully set up. Units having the rclone mount service specified as a requirement will see all files and folders immediately in this mode.
--vfs-read-chunk-size will enable reading the source objects in parts. This can reduce the used download quota for some remotes by requesting only chunks from the remote that are actually read at the cost of an increased number of requests.
When --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit is also specified and greater than --vfs-read-chunk-size, the chunk size for each open file will get doubled for each chunk read, until the specified value is reached. A value of -1 will disable the limit and the chunk size will grow indefinitely.
With --vfs-read-chunk-size 100M and --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit 0 the following parts will be downloaded: 0-100M, 100M-200M, 200M-300M, 300M-400M and so on. When --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit 500M is specified, the result would be 0-100M, 100M-300M, 300M-700M, 700M-1200M, 1200M-1700M and so on.
Chunked reading will only work with --vfs-cache-mode < full, as the file will always be copied to the vfs cache before opening with --vfs-cache-mode full.
--dir-cache-time flag, you can set how long a
directory should be considered up to date and not refreshed from the
backend. Changes made locally in the mount may appear immediately or
invalidate the cache. However, changes done on the remote will only
be picked up once the cache expires.
Alternatively, you can send a
SIGHUP signal to rclone for
it to flush all directory caches, regardless of how old they are.
Assuming only one rclone instance is running, you can reset the cache
kill -SIGHUP $(pidof rclone)
If you configure rclone with a remote control then you can use rclone rc to flush the whole directory cache:
rclone rc vfs/forget
Or individual files or directories:
rclone rc vfs/forget file=path/to/file dir=path/to/dir
--buffer-size flag determines the amount of memory,
that will be used to buffer data in advance.
Each open file descriptor will try to keep the specified amount of data in memory at all times. The buffered data is bound to one file descriptor and won’t be shared between multiple open file descriptors of the same file.
This flag is a upper limit for the used memory per file descriptor.
The buffer will only use memory for data that is downloaded but not
not yet read. If the buffer is empty, only a small amount of memory
will be used.
The maximum memory used by rclone for buffering can be up to
--buffer-size * open files.
NB File caching is EXPERIMENTAL - use with care!
These flags control the VFS file caching options. The VFS layer is used by rclone mount to make a cloud storage system work more like a normal file system.
You’ll need to enable VFS caching if you want, for example, to read and write simultaneously to a file. See below for more details.
Note that the VFS cache works in addition to the cache backend and you may find that you need one or the other or both.
--cache-dir string Directory rclone will use for caching. --vfs-cache-max-age duration Max age of objects in the cache. (default 1h0m0s) --vfs-cache-mode string Cache mode off|minimal|writes|full (default "off") --vfs-cache-poll-interval duration Interval to poll the cache for stale objects. (default 1m0s)
If run with
-vv rclone will print the location of the file cache. The
files are stored in the user cache file area which is OS dependent but
can be controlled with
--cache-dir or setting the appropriate
The cache has 4 different modes selected by
The higher the cache mode the more compatible rclone becomes at the
cost of using disk space.
Note that files are written back to the remote only when they are closed so if rclone is quit or dies with open files then these won’t get written back to the remote. However they will still be in the on disk cache.
In this mode the cache will read directly from the remote and write directly to the remote without caching anything on disk.
This will mean some operations are not possible
This is very similar to “off” except that files opened for read AND write will be buffered to disks. This means that files opened for write will be a lot more compatible, but uses the minimal disk space.
These operations are not possible
In this mode files opened for read only are still read directly from the remote, write only and read/write files are buffered to disk first.
This mode should support all normal file system operations.
If an upload fails it will be retried up to --low-level-retries times.
In this mode all reads and writes are buffered to and from disk. When a file is opened for read it will be downloaded in its entirety first.
This may be appropriate for your needs, or you may prefer to look at the cache backend which does a much more sophisticated job of caching, including caching directory hierarchies and chunks of files.
In this mode, unlike the others, when a file is written to the disk,
it will be kept on the disk after it is written to the remote. It
will be purged on a schedule according to
This mode should support all normal file system operations.
If an upload or download fails it will be retried up to --low-level-retries times.
rclone mount remote:path /path/to/mountpoint [flags]
--allow-non-empty Allow mounting over a non-empty directory. --allow-other Allow access to other users. --allow-root Allow access to root user. --attr-timeout duration Time for which file/directory attributes are cached. (default 1s) --daemon Run mount as a daemon (background mode). --daemon-timeout duration Time limit for rclone to respond to kernel (not supported by all OSes). --debug-fuse Debug the FUSE internals - needs -v. --default-permissions Makes kernel enforce access control based on the file mode. --dir-cache-time duration Time to cache directory entries for. (default 5m0s) --fuse-flag stringArray Flags or arguments to be passed direct to libfuse/WinFsp. Repeat if required. --gid uint32 Override the gid field set by the filesystem. (default 1001) -h, --help help for mount --max-read-ahead int The number of bytes that can be prefetched for sequential reads. (default 128k) --no-checksum Don't compare checksums on up/download. --no-modtime Don't read/write the modification time (can speed things up). --no-seek Don't allow seeking in files. -o, --option stringArray Option for libfuse/WinFsp. Repeat if required. --poll-interval duration Time to wait between polling for changes. Must be smaller than dir-cache-time. Only on supported remotes. Set to 0 to disable. (default 1m0s) --read-only Mount read-only. --uid uint32 Override the uid field set by the filesystem. (default 1001) --umask int Override the permission bits set by the filesystem. --vfs-cache-max-age duration Max age of objects in the cache. (default 1h0m0s) --vfs-cache-mode string Cache mode off|minimal|writes|full (default "off") --vfs-cache-poll-interval duration Interval to poll the cache for stale objects. (default 1m0s) --vfs-read-chunk-size int Read the source objects in chunks. (default 128M) --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit int If greater than --vfs-read-chunk-size, double the chunk size after each chunk read, until the limit is reached. 'off' is unlimited. (default off) --volname string Set the volume name (not supported by all OSes). --write-back-cache Makes kernel buffer writes before sending them to rclone. Without this, writethrough caching is used.
--acd-auth-url string Auth server URL. --acd-client-id string Amazon Application Client ID. --acd-client-secret string Amazon Application Client Secret. --acd-templink-threshold SizeSuffix Files >= this size will be downloaded via their tempLink. (default 9G) --acd-token-url string Token server url. --acd-upload-wait-per-gb Duration Additional time per GB to wait after a failed complete upload to see if it appears. (default 3m0s) --alias-remote string Remote or path to alias. --ask-password Allow prompt for password for encrypted configuration. (default true) --auto-confirm If enabled, do not request console confirmation. --azureblob-account string Storage Account Name (leave blank to use connection string or SAS URL) --azureblob-chunk-size SizeSuffix Upload chunk size. Must fit in memory. (default 4M) --azureblob-endpoint string Endpoint for the service --azureblob-key string Storage Account Key (leave blank to use connection string or SAS URL) --azureblob-sas-url string SAS URL for container level access only --azureblob-upload-cutoff SizeSuffix Cutoff for switching to chunked upload. (default 256M) --b2-account string Account ID or Application Key ID --b2-chunk-size SizeSuffix Upload chunk size. Must fit in memory. (default 96M) --b2-endpoint string Endpoint for the service. --b2-hard-delete Permanently delete files on remote removal, otherwise hide files. --b2-key string Application Key --b2-test-mode string A flag string for X-Bz-Test-Mode header for debugging. --b2-upload-cutoff SizeSuffix Cutoff for switching to chunked upload. (default 190.735M) --b2-versions Include old versions in directory listings. --backup-dir string Make backups into hierarchy based in DIR. --bind string Local address to bind to for outgoing connections, IPv4, IPv6 or name. --box-client-id string Box App Client Id. --box-client-secret string Box App Client Secret --box-commit-retries int Max number of times to try committing a multipart file. (default 100) --box-upload-cutoff SizeSuffix Cutoff for switching to multipart upload. (default 50M) --buffer-size int In memory buffer size when reading files for each --transfer. (default 16M) --bwlimit BwTimetable Bandwidth limit in kBytes/s, or use suffix b|k|M|G or a full timetable. --cache-chunk-clean-interval Duration Interval at which chunk cleanup runs (default 1m0s) --cache-chunk-no-memory Disable the in-memory cache for storing chunks during streaming --cache-chunk-path string Directory to cache chunk files (default "/home/rclone/.cache/rclone/cache-backend") --cache-chunk-size SizeSuffix The size of a chunk. Lower value good for slow connections but can affect seamless reading. (default 5M) --cache-chunk-total-size SizeSuffix The maximum size of stored chunks. When the storage grows beyond this size, the oldest chunks will be deleted. (default 10G) --cache-db-path string Directory to cache DB (default "/home/rclone/.cache/rclone/cache-backend") --cache-db-purge Purge the cache DB before --cache-db-wait-time Duration How long to wait for the DB to be available - 0 is unlimited (default 1s) --cache-dir string Directory rclone will use for caching. (default "/home/rclone/.cache/rclone") --cache-info-age Duration How much time should object info (file size, file hashes etc) be stored in cache. (default 6h0m0s) --cache-plex-password string The password of the Plex user --cache-plex-url string The URL of the Plex server --cache-plex-username string The username of the Plex user --cache-read-retries int How many times to retry a read from a cache storage (default 10) --cache-remote string Remote to cache. --cache-rps int Limits the number of requests per second to the source FS. -1 disables the rate limiter (default -1) --cache-tmp-upload-path string Directory to keep temporary files until they are uploaded to the cloud storage --cache-tmp-wait-time Duration How long should files be stored in local cache before being uploaded (default 15s) --cache-workers int How many workers should run in parallel to download chunks (default 4) --cache-writes Will cache file data on writes through the FS --checkers int Number of checkers to run in parallel. (default 8) -c, --checksum Skip based on checksum & size, not mod-time & size --config string Config file. (default "/home/rclone/.rclone.conf") --contimeout duration Connect timeout (default 1m0s) -L, --copy-links Follow symlinks and copy the pointed to item. --cpuprofile string Write cpu profile to file --crypt-directory-name-encryption Option to either encrypt directory names or leave them intact. (default true) --crypt-filename-encryption string How to encrypt the filenames. (default "standard") --crypt-password string Password or pass phrase for encryption. --crypt-password2 string Password or pass phrase for salt. Optional but recommended. --crypt-remote string Remote to encrypt/decrypt. --crypt-show-mapping For all files listed show how the names encrypt. --delete-after When synchronizing, delete files on destination after transfering (default) --delete-before When synchronizing, delete files on destination before transfering --delete-during When synchronizing, delete files during transfer --delete-excluded Delete files on dest excluded from sync --disable string Disable a comma separated list of features. Use help to see a list. --drive-acknowledge-abuse Set to allow files which return cannotDownloadAbusiveFile to be downloaded. --drive-alternate-export Use alternate export URLs for google documents export. --drive-auth-owner-only Only consider files owned by the authenticated user. --drive-chunk-size SizeSuffix Upload chunk size. Must a power of 2 >= 256k. (default 8M) --drive-client-id string Google Application Client Id --drive-client-secret string Google Application Client Secret --drive-formats string Comma separated list of preferred formats for downloading Google docs. (default "docx,xlsx,pptx,svg") --drive-impersonate string Impersonate this user when using a service account. --drive-keep-revision-forever Keep new head revision forever. --drive-list-chunk int Size of listing chunk 100-1000. 0 to disable. (default 1000) --drive-root-folder-id string ID of the root folder --drive-scope string Scope that rclone should use when requesting access from drive. --drive-service-account-file string Service Account Credentials JSON file path --drive-shared-with-me Only show files that are shared with me --drive-skip-gdocs Skip google documents in all listings. --drive-trashed-only Only show files that are in the trash --drive-upload-cutoff SizeSuffix Cutoff for switching to chunked upload (default 8M) --drive-use-created-date Use created date instead of modified date. --drive-use-trash Send files to the trash instead of deleting permanently. (default true) --dropbox-chunk-size SizeSuffix Upload chunk size. Max 150M. (default 48M) --dropbox-client-id string Dropbox App Client Id --dropbox-client-secret string Dropbox App Client Secret -n, --dry-run Do a trial run with no permanent changes --dump string List of items to dump from: headers,bodies,requests,responses,auth,filters,goroutines,openfiles --dump-bodies Dump HTTP headers and bodies - may contain sensitive info --dump-headers Dump HTTP bodies - may contain sensitive info --exclude stringArray Exclude files matching pattern --exclude-from stringArray Read exclude patterns from file --exclude-if-present string Exclude directories if filename is present --fast-list Use recursive list if available. Uses more memory but fewer transactions. --files-from stringArray Read list of source-file names from file -f, --filter stringArray Add a file-filtering rule --filter-from stringArray Read filtering patterns from a file --ftp-host string FTP host to connect to --ftp-pass string FTP password --ftp-port string FTP port, leave blank to use default (21) --ftp-user string FTP username, leave blank for current username, --gcs-bucket-acl string Access Control List for new buckets. --gcs-client-id string Google Application Client Id --gcs-client-secret string Google Application Client Secret --gcs-location string Location for the newly created buckets. --gcs-object-acl string Access Control List for new objects. --gcs-project-number string Project number. --gcs-service-account-file string Service Account Credentials JSON file path --gcs-storage-class string The storage class to use when storing objects in Google Cloud Storage. --http-url string URL of http host to connect to --hubic-client-id string Hubic Client Id --hubic-client-secret string Hubic Client Secret --ignore-checksum Skip post copy check of checksums. --ignore-errors delete even if there are I/O errors --ignore-existing Skip all files that exist on destination --ignore-size Ignore size when skipping use mod-time or checksum. -I, --ignore-times Don't skip files that match size and time - transfer all files --immutable Do not modify files. Fail if existing files have been modified. --include stringArray Include files matching pattern --include-from stringArray Read include patterns from file --jottacloud-mountpoint string The mountpoint to use. --jottacloud-pass string Password. --jottacloud-user string User Name --local-no-check-updated Don't check to see if the files change during upload --local-no-unicode-normalization Don't apply unicode normalization to paths and filenames --local-nounc string Disable UNC (long path names) conversion on Windows --log-file string Log everything to this file --log-level string Log level DEBUG|INFO|NOTICE|ERROR (default "NOTICE") --low-level-retries int Number of low level retries to do. (default 10) --max-age duration Only transfer files younger than this in s or suffix ms|s|m|h|d|w|M|y (default off) --max-backlog int Maximum number of objects in sync or check backlog. (default 10000) --max-delete int When synchronizing, limit the number of deletes (default -1) --max-depth int If set limits the recursion depth to this. (default -1) --max-size int Only transfer files smaller than this in k or suffix b|k|M|G (default off) --max-transfer int Maximum size of data to transfer. (default off) --mega-debug Output more debug from Mega. --mega-hard-delete Delete files permanently rather than putting them into the trash. --mega-pass string Password. --mega-user string User name --memprofile string Write memory profile to file --min-age duration Only transfer files older than this in s or suffix ms|s|m|h|d|w|M|y (default off) --min-size int Only transfer files bigger than this in k or suffix b|k|M|G (default off) --modify-window duration Max time diff to be considered the same (default 1ns) --no-check-certificate Do not verify the server SSL certificate. Insecure. --no-gzip-encoding Don't set Accept-Encoding: gzip. --no-traverse Obsolete - does nothing. --no-update-modtime Don't update destination mod-time if files identical. -x, --one-file-system Don't cross filesystem boundaries (unix/macOS only). --onedrive-chunk-size SizeSuffix Chunk size to upload files with - must be multiple of 320k. (default 10M) --onedrive-client-id string Microsoft App Client Id --onedrive-client-secret string Microsoft App Client Secret --opendrive-password string Password. --opendrive-username string Username --pcloud-client-id string Pcloud App Client Id --pcloud-client-secret string Pcloud App Client Secret --qingstor-access-key-id string QingStor Access Key ID --qingstor-connection-retries int Number of connnection retries. (default 3) --qingstor-endpoint string Enter a endpoint URL to connection QingStor API. --qingstor-env-auth Get QingStor credentials from runtime. Only applies if access_key_id and secret_access_key is blank. --qingstor-secret-access-key string QingStor Secret Access Key (password) --qingstor-zone string Zone to connect to. -q, --quiet Print as little stuff as possible --rc Enable the remote control server. --rc-addr string IPaddress:Port or :Port to bind server to. (default "localhost:5572") --rc-cert string SSL PEM key (concatenation of certificate and CA certificate) --rc-client-ca string Client certificate authority to verify clients with --rc-htpasswd string htpasswd file - if not provided no authentication is done --rc-key string SSL PEM Private key --rc-max-header-bytes int Maximum size of request header (default 4096) --rc-pass string Password for authentication. --rc-realm string realm for authentication (default "rclone") --rc-server-read-timeout duration Timeout for server reading data (default 1h0m0s) --rc-server-write-timeout duration Timeout for server writing data (default 1h0m0s) --rc-user string User name for authentication. --retries int Retry operations this many times if they fail (default 3) --retries-sleep duration Interval between retrying operations if they fail, e.g 500ms, 60s, 5m. (0 to disable) --s3-access-key-id string AWS Access Key ID. --s3-acl string Canned ACL used when creating buckets and/or storing objects in S3. --s3-chunk-size SizeSuffix Chunk size to use for uploading (default 5M) --s3-disable-checksum Don't store MD5 checksum with object metadata --s3-endpoint string Endpoint for S3 API. --s3-env-auth Get AWS credentials from runtime (environment variables or EC2/ECS meta data if no env vars). --s3-force-path-style If true use path style access if false use virtual hosted style. (default true) --s3-location-constraint string Location constraint - must be set to match the Region. --s3-provider string Choose your S3 provider. --s3-region string Region to connect to. --s3-secret-access-key string AWS Secret Access Key (password) --s3-server-side-encryption string The server-side encryption algorithm used when storing this object in S3. --s3-storage-class string The storage class to use when storing objects in S3. --s3-upload-concurrency int Concurrency for multipart uploads. (default 2) --sftp-ask-password Allow asking for SFTP password when needed. --sftp-disable-hashcheck Disable the execution of SSH commands to determine if remote file hashing is available. --sftp-host string SSH host to connect to --sftp-key-file string Path to unencrypted PEM-encoded private key file, leave blank to use ssh-agent. --sftp-pass string SSH password, leave blank to use ssh-agent. --sftp-path-override string Override path used by SSH connection. --sftp-port string SSH port, leave blank to use default (22) --sftp-set-modtime Set the modified time on the remote if set. (default true) --sftp-use-insecure-cipher Enable the use of the aes128-cbc cipher. This cipher is insecure and may allow plaintext data to be recovered by an attacker. --sftp-user string SSH username, leave blank for current username, rclone --size-only Skip based on size only, not mod-time or checksum --skip-links Don't warn about skipped symlinks. --stats duration Interval between printing stats, e.g 500ms, 60s, 5m. (0 to disable) (default 1m0s) --stats-file-name-length int Max file name length in stats. 0 for no limit (default 40) --stats-log-level string Log level to show --stats output DEBUG|INFO|NOTICE|ERROR (default "INFO") --stats-one-line Make the stats fit on one line. --stats-unit string Show data rate in stats as either 'bits' or 'bytes'/s (default "bytes") --streaming-upload-cutoff int Cutoff for switching to chunked upload if file size is unknown. Upload starts after reaching cutoff or when file ends. (default 100k) --suffix string Suffix for use with --backup-dir. --swift-auth string Authentication URL for server (OS_AUTH_URL). --swift-auth-token string Auth Token from alternate authentication - optional (OS_AUTH_TOKEN) --swift-auth-version int AuthVersion - optional - set to (1,2,3) if your auth URL has no version (ST_AUTH_VERSION) --swift-chunk-size SizeSuffix Above this size files will be chunked into a _segments container. (default 5G) --swift-domain string User domain - optional (v3 auth) (OS_USER_DOMAIN_NAME) --swift-endpoint-type string Endpoint type to choose from the service catalogue (OS_ENDPOINT_TYPE) (default "public") --swift-env-auth Get swift credentials from environment variables in standard OpenStack form. --swift-key string API key or password (OS_PASSWORD). --swift-region string Region name - optional (OS_REGION_NAME) --swift-storage-policy string The storage policy to use when creating a new container --swift-storage-url string Storage URL - optional (OS_STORAGE_URL) --swift-tenant string Tenant name - optional for v1 auth, this or tenant_id required otherwise (OS_TENANT_NAME or OS_PROJECT_NAME) --swift-tenant-domain string Tenant domain - optional (v3 auth) (OS_PROJECT_DOMAIN_NAME) --swift-tenant-id string Tenant ID - optional for v1 auth, this or tenant required otherwise (OS_TENANT_ID) --swift-user string User name to log in (OS_USERNAME). --swift-user-id string User ID to log in - optional - most swift systems use user and leave this blank (v3 auth) (OS_USER_ID). --syslog Use Syslog for logging --syslog-facility string Facility for syslog, eg KERN,USER,... (default "DAEMON") --timeout duration IO idle timeout (default 5m0s) --tpslimit float Limit HTTP transactions per second to this. --tpslimit-burst int Max burst of transactions for --tpslimit. (default 1) --track-renames When synchronizing, track file renames and do a server side move if possible --transfers int Number of file transfers to run in parallel. (default 4) -u, --update Skip files that are newer on the destination. --use-server-modtime Use server modified time instead of object metadata --user-agent string Set the user-agent to a specified string. The default is rclone/ version (default "rclone/v1.42-112-g7c911bf2") -v, --verbose count Print lots more stuff (repeat for more) --webdav-bearer-token string Bearer token instead of user/pass (eg a Macaroon) --webdav-pass string Password. --webdav-url string URL of http host to connect to --webdav-user string User name --webdav-vendor string Name of the Webdav site/service/software you are using --yandex-client-id string Yandex Client Id --yandex-client-secret string Yandex Client Secret