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Pgmove does work fine but has its limitations.
If you have a lot of upload bandwidth and lots of data to upload from local hard drives then pgblitz is the way to go.
Pgmove can be a tedious process if uploading lots of data and is meant for non heavy users.
Good luck and...
Depends on which mount you installed.
Pgmove does have a 750gb limit but upload speeds are capped to ensure you dont go over that.
Pgblitz on the other hand has no such restrictions.
If you need to upload more than 750gb then you must deploy pgblitz.
Haven't used it in a while and it's not currently under active development but it will give you a gui through a web browser if your not comfortable with the command line
Your unionfs folder will show all files you have already uploaded to your gdrive or tdrive. It doesnt necessarily mean they are on your local machine taking up space.
Look in /mnt/downloads and /mnt/move and /mnt/incomplete and all subfolders in there. If those folders are empty then you must...
Log into vps and run
This will show you what's using up space in your downloads folder.
If that sheds no light run
This will take some time to scan as its scanning whole drive and your unionfs folder might be quite large.
If you have a dedicated server / seedbox or cloud instance from a company that you pay for with a different IP to your home network then it's the remote option you choose.
If your installing plex on a computer at your house then choose local as the server is on your home network.