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    JulesTop got a reaction from Chase in Google Drive: The limit for this folder's number of children (files and folders) has been exceeded   
    I'm enjoying your diary entries as we are in the same boat... not laughing at you... but laughing/crying with you!
    I know that this must be done to protect our data long term... it's just a painful process.
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    JulesTop got a reaction from sausages in Google Drive: The limit for this folder's number of children (files and folders) has been exceeded   
    Same behaviour for me. I submitted a ticket today to support.
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    JulesTop reacted to Chase in Google Drive: The limit for this folder's number of children (files and folders) has been exceeded   
    Unintentional Guinea Pig Diaries.
    Day 7 - Entry 1
    OUR SUPREME LEADER HAS SPOKEN! I received a response to my support ticket though it did not provide the wisdom I seek. You may call it an "Aladeen" response. My second drive is still stuck in "Drive Queued to perform recovery". I'm told this is a local process and does not involve the cloud yet I don't know how to push it to do anything. The "Error saving data. Cloud drive not found" at this time appears to be a UI glitch and it not correct as any changes that I make do take regardless of the error window. 
    This morning I discovered that playing with fire hurts. Our supreme leader has provided a new Beta (1.2.0.1306). Since I have the issues listed above I decided to go ahead and upgrade. The Supreme leaders change log says that it lowers the concurrent I/O requests in an effort to stop google from closing the connections. Upon restart of my computer the drive that was previously actually working now is stuck in "Drive Initializing - Stablebit CloudDrive is getting ready to mount your drive". My second drive is at the same "Queued" status as before. Also to note is that I had a third drive created from a different machine that I tried to mount yesterday and it refused to mount. Now it says "drive is upgrading" but there is no progress percentage shown. Seems that is progress but the drive that was working is now not working. 
    Seeking burn treatment. I hope help comes soon. While my data is replaceable it will take a LONG TIME to do. Until then my Plex server is unusable and I have many angry entitled friends and family. 
    End Diary entry.
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    JulesTop reacted to Chase in Google Drive: The limit for this folder's number of children (files and folders) has been exceeded   
    Unintentional Guinea Pig Diaries.
    Day 5 - Entry 2
    *The Sound of Crickets*
    So I'm in the same spot as I last posted. My second drive is still at "Queued to perform Recovery". If I knew how to force a reauth right now I would so I could get it on my API. Or at the very least get it out of "queued"
    Perhaps our leaders will come back to see us soon. Maybe this is a test of our ability to suffer more during COVID. We will soon find out.
    End Diary entry.
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    JulesTop reacted to Jellepepe in Google Drive: The limit for this folder's number of children (files and folders) has been exceeded   
    Just to clarify for everyone here, since there seems to be a lot of uncertainty:
    The issue (thus far) is only apparent when using your own api key However, we have confirmed that the clouddrive keys are the exception, rather than the other way around, as for instance the web client does have the same limitation Previous versions (also) do not conform with this limit (and go WELL over the 500k limit) Yes there has definitely been a change at googles side that implemented this new limitation Although there may be issues with the current beta (it is a beta after all) it is still important to convert your drives sooner rather than later, here's why: Currently all access (api or web/googles own app) respects the new limits, except for the clouddrive keys (probably because they are verified) Since there has been no announcement from google that this change was happening, we can expect no such announcement if (when) the clouddrive key also stops working either It may or may not be possible to (easily) convert existing drives if writing is completely impossible (if no api keys work) If you don't have issues now, you don;t have to upgrade, instead wait for a proper release, but do be aware there is a certain risk associated. I hope this helps clear up some of the confusion!
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    JulesTop reacted to Christopher (Drashna) in Google Drive: The limit for this folder's number of children (files and folders) has been exceeded   
    Just a heads up, this is a known issue, and we are looking into a solution for this issue (both to prevent it for new drives and for existing drives).
    I don't have an ETA, but we are actively working on it. 
     
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    JulesTop got a reaction from slim94 in Google Drive is suddenly marked as experimental provider?   
    To reauthorize, you shouldn't have to look at the providers list. Although, it's not in the list because you have not enabled 'experimental providers'. See below.

     
    To reauthorize, you need to click on 'manage drive' as shown below.

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    JulesTop reacted to slim94 in Google Drive is suddenly marked as experimental provider?   
    Great thanks.  fixed it for me.
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    JulesTop reacted to steffenmand in Drive Duplication   
    Maybe this could be a slow process taking maybe maximum of 100 GB per day or something (maybe a limit you set yourself, where you showcase it would take ~X amount days to finish), with a progress overview. Having maybe 50 TB would be a huge pain to migrate manually, while i would be OK with just waiting months for it to finish properly - ofc. knowing the risk that data could be lost meanwhile as its not duplicated yet
    Would also make it possible to decide to change to duplication later on instead of having to choose early on  with Google Drive it does limit the upload per day, so could be nicer to upload first and then duplicate later when you are not uploading anymore
    Another good feature could also just be an overview of how much you uploaded/downloaded from a drive in a single day - could be great to monitor how close you are to the upload limit on google drive drives
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    JulesTop got a reaction from Christopher (Drashna) in Pools, Cloud Drive, and Duplication (Optimal configuration question)   
    OK, I came up with a solution to my own problem which will likely be the best of both worlds.
    Setup my Cloud Pool to Pool Duplicate, also setup my HDD Pool to Pool Duplicate.
    Then use both the pools in the storage pool with no duplication as normal.
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