Quatrix by Maytech is Quatrix Secure Compliant File Sharing | Maytech.
Paths are specified as
Paths may be as deep as required, e.g.,
The initial setup for Quatrix involves getting an API Key from Quatrix. You can get the API key in the user's profile at
or with the help of the API - https://docs.maytech.net/quatrix/quatrix-api/api-explorer#/API-Key/post_api_key_create.
See complete Swagger documentation for Quatrix - https://docs.maytech.net/quatrix/quatrix-api/api-explorer
Here is an example of how to make a remote called
remote. First run:
This will guide you through an interactive setup process:
No remotes found, make a new one? n) New remote s) Set configuration password q) Quit config n/s/q> n name> remote Type of storage to configure. Choose a number from below, or type in your own value [snip] XX / Quatrix by Maytech \ "quatrix" [snip] Storage> quatrix API key for accessing Quatrix account. api_key> your_api_key Host name of Quatrix account. host> example.quatrix.it -------------------- [remote] api_key = your_api_key host = example.quatrix.it -------------------- y) Yes this is OK e) Edit this remote d) Delete this remote y/e/d> y
Once configured you can then use
rclone like this,
List directories in top level of your Quatrix
rclone lsd remote:
List all the files in your Quatrix
rclone ls remote:
To copy a local directory to an Quatrix directory called backup
rclone copy /home/source remote:backup
API Key is created with no expiration date. It will be valid until you delete or deactivate it in your account. After disabling, the API Key can be enabled back. If the API Key was deleted and a new key was created, you can update it in rclone config. The same happens if the hostname was changed.
$ rclone config Current remotes: Name Type ==== ==== remote quatrix e) Edit existing remote n) New remote d) Delete remote r) Rename remote c) Copy remote s) Set configuration password q) Quit config e/n/d/r/c/s/q> e Choose a number from below, or type in an existing value 1 > remote remote> remote -------------------- [remote] type = quatrix host = some_host.quatrix.it api_key = your_api_key -------------------- Edit remote Option api_key. API key for accessing Quatrix account Enter a string value. Press Enter for the default (your_api_key) api_key> Option host. Host name of Quatrix account Enter a string value. Press Enter for the default (some_host.quatrix.it). -------------------- [remote] type = quatrix host = some_host.quatrix.it api_key = your_api_key -------------------- y) Yes this is OK e) Edit this remote d) Delete this remote y/e/d> y
Quatrix allows modification times to be set on objects accurate to 1 microsecond. These will be used to detect whether objects need syncing or not.
Quatrix does not support hashes, so you cannot use the
File names in Quatrix are case sensitive and have limitations like the maximum length of a filename is 255, and the minimum length is 1. A file name cannot be equal to
.. nor contain
\ or non-printable ascii.
For files above 50 MiB rclone will use a chunked transfer. Rclone will upload up to
--transfers chunks at the same time (shared among all multipart uploads).
Chunks are buffered in memory, and the minimal chunk size is 10_000_000 bytes by default, and it can be changed in the advanced configuration, so increasing
--transfers will increase the memory use.
The chunk size has a maximum size limit, which is set to 100_000_000 bytes by default and can be changed in the advanced configuration.
The size of the uploaded chunk will dynamically change depending on the upload speed.
The total memory use equals the number of transfers multiplied by the minimal chunk size.
In case there's free memory allocated for the upload (which equals the difference of
the chunk size may increase in case of high upload speed. As well as it can decrease in case of upload speed problems.
If no free memory is available, all chunks will equal
Files you delete with rclone will end up in Trash and be stored there for 30 days. Quatrix also provides an API to permanently delete files and an API to empty the Trash so that you can remove files permanently from your account.
Here are the Standard options specific to quatrix (Quatrix by Maytech).
API key for accessing Quatrix account
Host name of Quatrix account
Here are the Advanced options specific to quatrix (Quatrix by Maytech).
The encoding for the backend.
See the encoding section in the overview for more info.
Wanted upload time for one chunk
The minimal size for one chunk
The maximal summary for all chunks. It should not be less than 'transfers'*'minimal_chunk_size'
Delete files permanently rather than putting them into the trash.
The storage usage in Quatrix is restricted to the account during the purchase. You can restrict any user with a smaller storage limit. The account limit is applied if the user has no custom storage limit. Once you've reached the limit, the upload of files will fail. This can be fixed by freeing up the space or increasing the quota.
Quatrix supports server-side operations (copy and move). In case of conflict, files are overwritten during server-side operation.