Discussion How big is T-Drive

fr0sty

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How do you find out how big the T-Drive is? Rclone returns 0. G-Drive states it on web.
 

hooper

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you can use rclone ncdu commands to figure this out. Google doesn't expose volume size/used space through the API natively, so you need to calculate it using ncdu.

there is a thread about this from a few weeks back if you check my post history.
 
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rclone size is faster :)
 

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@fr0sty simple check pgui :)

 

SuchPotential

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The upper limit of Team Drives is so ridiculously large by today's standards that you're more likely to hit the 400,000 folder/file limit than to max out the space you're allotted, unless your files are multiple terabytes each.
 
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The upper limit of Team Drives is so ridiculously large by today's standards that you're more likely to hit the 400,000 folder/file limit than to max out the space you're allotted, unless your files are multiple terabytes each.
yeah, a filecount on tdrive would be useful too. Seeing the total size is interesting, especially when you consider how many drives you'd need to buy to host yourself.
 

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tail -n2 /var/plexguide/tduncrypt.log
and
tail -n2 /var/plexguide/tdcrypt.log

And you can see how many files are stored
 

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The upper limit of Team Drives is so ridiculously large by today's standards that you're more likely to hit the 400,000 folder/file limit than to max out the space you're allotted, unless your files are multiple terabytes each.
or keep tons of trash .nfo files :D down the road, we'll have a solution for multiple team drives; just not ideal until we switch to the new api.
 

mikey

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I was googling about diskfree/folder usage commands for Ubuntu, and Ive found this command, seems quite usefull:
Code:
du -h --max-depth=1 /mnt
which shows pretty decent output like this:
Code:
40G     /mnt/move
0       /mnt/gcrypt
2.0T    /mnt/tcrypt
8.8G    /mnt/incomplete
24K     /mnt/encrypt
4.0K    /mnt/tmp
38G     /mnt/downloads
4.0K    /mnt/pgops
681K    /mnt/gdrive
3.9T    /mnt/unionfs
4.0K    /mnt/torrent
2.0T    /mnt/tdrive
439M    /mnt/nzb
7.8T    /mnt
Maybe someone will find this information usefull :)
 

MrDoob

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I was googling about diskfree/folder usage commands for Ubuntu, and Ive found this command, seems quite usefull:
Code:
du -h --max-depth=1 /mnt
which shows pretty decent output like this:
Code:
40G     /mnt/move
0       /mnt/gcrypt
2.0T    /mnt/tcrypt
8.8G    /mnt/incomplete
24K     /mnt/encrypt
4.0K    /mnt/tmp
38G     /mnt/downloads
4.0K    /mnt/pgops
681K    /mnt/gdrive
3.9T    /mnt/unionfs
4.0K    /mnt/torrent
2.0T    /mnt/tdrive
439M    /mnt/nzb
7.8T    /mnt
Maybe someone will find this information usefull :)

This is better >>

1.) sudo cd /opt/plexguide/menu/pgui/ && sudo wget -N https://raw.githubusercontent.com/PGBlitz/PGBlitz.com/v8.6base/menu/pgui/gtused.sh

2.) sudo bash gtused.sh

3.) cd /var/plexguide
4.) ls and find the log infos :)
sample : tail -n2 gduncrypt.log
 

SuchPotential

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or keep tons of trash .nfo files :D down the road, we'll have a solution for multiple team drives; just not ideal until we switch to the new api.
Man I hope you guys can get around to this sooner rather than later, this would be awesome! As it stands I have three VMs each running Blitz because I have three separate TDrives I need to sync things to, this would make my setup a lot simpler.

Of course, take your time and thanks a ton for all the hard work you do!
 

introvertmouse

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I had the Drive Stream / Google Drive previously installed on a Surface. In Windows Explorer, the Drive said 2 PB in the column for size. Now we have goals /datahoarder lol
 

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