Run a command against a running rclone.
This runs a command against a running rclone. Use the --url flag to specify an non default URL to connect on. This can be either a ":port" which is taken to mean "http://localhost:port" or a "host:port" which is taken to mean "http://host:port"
A username and password can be passed in with --user and --pass.
Note that --rc-addr, --rc-user, --rc-pass will be read also for --url, --user, --pass.
Arguments should be passed in as parameter=value.
The result will be returned as a JSON object by default.
The --json parameter can be used to pass in a JSON blob as an input instead of key=value arguments. This is the only way of passing in more complicated values.
The -o/--opt option can be used to set a key "opt" with key, value options in the form "-o key=value" or "-o key". It can be repeated as many times as required. This is useful for rc commands which take the "opt" parameter which by convention is a dictionary of strings.
-o key=value -o key2
Will place this in the "opt" value
The -a/--arg option can be used to set strings in the "arg" value. It can be repeated as many times as required. This is useful for rc commands which take the "arg" parameter which by convention is a list of strings.
-a value -a value2
Will place this in the "arg" value
Use --loopback to connect to the rclone instance running "rclone rc". This is very useful for testing commands without having to run an rclone rc server, e.g.:
rclone rc --loopback operations/about fs=/
Use "rclone rc" to see a list of all possible commands.
rclone rc commands parameter [flags]
-a, --arg stringArray Argument placed in the "arg" array -h, --help help for rc --json string Input JSON - use instead of key=value args --loopback If set connect to this rclone instance not via HTTP --no-output If set, don't output the JSON result -o, --opt stringArray Option in the form name=value or name placed in the "opt" array --pass string Password to use to connect to rclone remote control --url string URL to connect to rclone remote control (default "http://localhost:5572/") --user string Username to use to rclone remote control
See the global flags page for global options not listed here.