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  1. @RG9400 @srcristWonderful thank you both. Reauthorize seems to have done it.
  2. @srcrist Followed this wiki you posted to get my key, modify json file, etc, but how do I know it's working (using my new key)? The bottom of the guide says: "The next connection that you make to Google Drive from StableBit CloudDrive's New Drive tab will use your new API keys." so does that mean I need to: detach my drive, delete the connection and completely re-setup and then it will pick up the new key?
  3. ksnell

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    Thanks a bunch for the thorough response. I guess I never realized that was the limitation before now. I typically would not hit it except for an initial upload. I have limited my upload speed to rectify the problem.
  4. Wondering theoretical feasibility as well as best practices for this scenario using Google Drive. My backup software (Acronis True Image) creates very large individual files for each backup. Generally speaking, I am wondering what happens if your file size you are transferring to CD is larger than your cache size (assuming cache type is "Fixed"). Will it just transfer the single file in pieces until it creates a whole file on the cloud (keeping in mind the upload could take days), or do I need to tell the Acronis software to break up the backup into more manageable chunks of data?
  5. ksnell

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    I am having the same issue with Google Drive. Is 70mpbs a Google Drive StableBit CloudDrive limitation or something? My connection is 150mpbs and I can fully saturate it with rclone so I am not sure what the issue is.
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