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I've seen this rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred

Seems like it's telling me to rename something before copying it to a different server drive, But can't Rsync do the rename itself and then copy? Log:

rsync: [receiver] rename "/content/memes/My Laptop/My Laptop/Gallery/Memes/Vid/.\#360\#237\#245\#264\#360\#237\#245\#264\#360\#237\#245\#264 ( Source ).mp4.Bl8ZHR" -> "My Laptop/Gallery/Memes/Vid/\#360\#237\#245\#264\#360\#237\#245\#264\#360\#237\#245\#264 ( Source ).mp4": Input/output error (5)
sent 1.63M bytes  received 121 bytes  251.13K bytes/sec
total size is 9.56G  speedup is 5,858.29
rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code 23) at main.c(1333) [sender=3.2.3]
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    It's not telling you to rename anything. It's telling you it can't set the name of a particular file on the target filesystem, probably because the filename contains special characters that the target filesystem can't cope with. Are you writing to an MSDOS, FAT, or NTFS filesystem?
    – Kusalananda
    Jun 16, 2022 at 12:06
  • Yes, I got that much, but can't Rsync make a valid rename and copy the file? The drive was created by, ``` !mkdir $local_mount_location 2>/dev/null # !mkdir $local_mount_location !nohup rclone mount $rclone_config_name: $local_mount_location & ``` Jun 16, 2022 at 12:13

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