Do not overuse it, or your account might be banned by Heroku.
-Supported upto 5 drives to sync to
rclone.conffile, it should look like this:
[DRIVENAME] type = WHATEVER client_id = WHATEVER client_secret = WHATEVER scope = WHATEVER token = WHATEVER others entries...
type = ...to
... token = ...section.
RCLONE_DESTINATIONto a path you want to store your downloaded files.
It is because Heroku's free dyno will idle when there is no incoming request within 30 minutes, and your files will be deleted too, this is why you might want to use Rclone.
No. Just wait for its idling, and your files will be deleted.
It will generate fake requests when there are downloading or uploading tasks, so it won't idle when your files aren't completed.
No. I thought the instructions above are enough.