The follow are additional commands or options you can consider when using Rclone
For additional security, you should consider using the
s) Set configuration password option. It will encrypt the
rclone.conf configuration file. This way secrets like the Create Access Grant in CLI, the encryption passphrase, and the access grant can't be easily stolen.
mkdir command to create new bucket, e.g.,
lsf command to list all buckets.
Note the colon (
:) character at the end of the command line.
rmdir command to delete an empty bucket.
purge command to delete a non-empty bucket with all its content.
copy command to upload an object.
--progress flag is for displaying progress information. Remove it if you don't need this information.
Use a folder in the local path to upload all its objects.
Only modified files will be copied.
ls command to list recursively all objects in a bucket.
Add the folder to the remote path to list recursively all objects in this folder.
lsf command to list non-recursively all objects in a bucket or a folder.
copy command to download an object.
--progress flag is for displaying progress information.
--disable-http2 with rclone for Storj is recommended for increased transfer speeds by avoiding HTTP/2 specific issues.
Use a folder in the remote path to download all its objects.
deletefile command to delete a single object.
delete command to delete all object in a folder.
size command to print the total size of objects in a bucket or a folder.
sync command to sync the source to the destination, changing the destination only. Doesn’t transfer unchanged files, testing by size and modification time or MD5SUM. Destination is updated to match source, including deleting files if necessary.
Since this can cause data loss, test first with the
--dry-run flag to see exactly what would be copied and deleted.
The sync can also be done from Storj DCS to the local file system.
Or between two Storj DCS buckets.
Or even between another cloud storage and Storj DCS.