for a while now I am testing the combination of MountainDuck and Cryptomator (integrated into MountainDuck) as an option to do encrypted online backups to OneDrive.
The backup folder contains many photos and videos in a directory tree, about 400GB total.
The main reason to use MountainDuck is to avoid having to have a local copy of the backup.
After some time now, the vault seems to have become corrupt. The problem seems to be that in Cryptomators metadata, some directories which I copied exist, but the physical encrypted directories seem not to. The clearest error message is given by CyberDuck, which explicitly tell the directory does not exist.
Cryptomator itself only hangs when I try to open the directory and MountainDuck reports it as empty. If I try to copy the content into it, this hangs and fails.
I have found the sanitizer on Github, but that tool seems to be in too early stages. After a while, it tells me there are 60k+ files in the vault, but for hour and hours to come, it does tell anything useful.
All in all, I am a bit frustrated and am not sure if my use-case really can be covered by above combination.
Is there any advice from you more experienced folks?