Is the issue that if google has rolled back data... that the file system chunks are out of sync between what is stored locally and what is stored in the cloud? Is this solution meant to force a repull of all the file system data from the cloud on a remount? Is it possible to store all file system data locally and if there is a data mismatch due to an outage or provider rollback the local, most up to date version gets priority? For something like media files or other data that rarely or never changes, a rollback seems inconsequential, so I assume the issues are primarily with file system data. Just some questions from someone who doesn't know how everything works behind the scenes, thank you!