No, I haven’t. I looked at it last year, and couldn’t quite wrap my head around how it works and then I forgot about it. I just looked at it again and the part I understand is that I can setup my pcloud storage as an rclone remote (and thereby benefit from the rclone implementation of the pcloud api. And since it’s
serve and not the ordinary rclone way of doing things, it appears that it will give me access to pcloud via, say, sftp, but without mirroring the entire backend locally, right? So how do I access it? Does it provide an sftp-port on localhost which is then “tunneled” to pcloud?
If my understanding is okay, so far, this looks like a nice solution in theory, but how much friction am I introducing into my backup setup, both in terms of possible failures, as well as use of resources?