I just upgraded to 13.1-RELEASE

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  • rclone

    "rsync for cloud storage" - Google Drive, S3, Dropbox, Backblaze B2, One Drive, Swift, Hubic, Wasabi, Google Cloud Storage, Yandex Files

    I'd love to upgrade but I rely on mounting my Google Drive via /dev/fuse and rclone. There was a post yesterday saying that is broken in 13.1-RELEASE and linking to a FreeBSD bug which links to a rclone bug which links to a bazil bug which seems to have no traction. Someone mentioned a commandline utility that can interact with gdrive but this seems like a pretty bad replacement. IIUC the FreeBSD devs' theory is that a new async system call path exposed a bug in rclone and the blame is there. Anyway, I'm still on 13.0 for now, unfortunately.

  • fuse

    FUSE library for Go.  go get bazil.org/fuse   (by bazil)

    I'd love to upgrade but I rely on mounting my Google Drive via /dev/fuse and rclone. There was a post yesterday saying that is broken in 13.1-RELEASE and linking to a FreeBSD bug which links to a rclone bug which links to a bazil bug which seems to have no traction. Someone mentioned a commandline utility that can interact with gdrive but this seems like a pretty bad replacement. IIUC the FreeBSD devs' theory is that a new async system call path exposed a bug in rclone and the blame is there. Anyway, I'm still on 13.0 for now, unfortunately.

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