I just upgraded to OMV6 and found out about the OneDrive plugin. Awesome! Some time ago I already tried setting up my own synchronization with abraunegg's onedrive service, but was struggling with automating the process and forgot about it. Now I noticed the new plugin and it works perfectly, thanks for integrating this!
There is one thing though... My OneDrive is fairly large (almost 600 GB), and my poor Pi 4 (4 GB RAM) is using quite some resources to check for differences at the configured intervals. I have set it to check once per hour, which is the longest possible interval, and every time it takes 15 minutes even if there are no differences. I can see this in the CPU graph, it's not per se User or System but mostly Wait-IO CPU usage. I have two questions now:
1. Can Wait-IO CPU usage slow down my Pi, or is it not something to worry about? So far it doesn't seem to give me any problems, but there are other important services (docker containers) running on the Pi and I want to minimize the risk that these are impacted
2. I don't make changes to my files very often, would it also be possible to set the synchronization interval to e.g. 6, 12 or even 24 hours? That would also allow my harddrive to spin down much more often