How to generate log file for rclone?

Rclone is a command-line tool for managing and syncing files to and from various cloud storage providers. It has built-in logging capabilities that allow you to generate log files to track its operations and diagnose issues. Here’s how you can generate a log file when using rclone:

To generate a log file, simply run your rclone command as you normally would, but append the --log-file option followed by the path to the log file you want to create. For example:

rclone sync /path/to/source remote:destination –log-file=/path/to/rclone.log

–log-level LEVEL

This sets the log level for rclone. The default log level is NOTICE.

  • DEBUG is equivalent to -vv. It outputs lots of debug info – useful for bug reports and really finding out what rclone is doing.
  • INFO is equivalent to -v. It outputs information about each transfer and prints stats once a minute by default.
  • NOTICE is the default log level if no logging flags are supplied. It outputs very little when things are working normally. It outputs warnings and significant events.
  • ERROR is equivalent to -q. It only outputs error messages.


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