I’ve installed SeaDrive on a Linux (Ubuntu Server 21.04) and use it with Seafile Server Pro through the terminal only. Whenever I mount the SeaDrive I don’t know what really happens behind the scenes, but SeaDrive is starting very I/O-intensive process, which consumes 95% of my 20GB memory.
My goal really is to list the folders of the Seaseafile (which takes time to see them, especially the largest ones) in order for me to be able to send large amounts of data from other machine using SSH.
Maybe I should be using Fuse for sending data over SSH? I thought fuse is “real-only” and therefore didn’t even try it.
Or maybe there is an idea how to make the SeaDrive eating less memory?
It’s now 13+ hours and the memory is still occupied.