To To It is found that the extremely unstable APIs of Google's network disk are all timeouts [not a network problem]. The preliminary suspicion is related to a 220tb link shared by others in tg. It has been determined that it is actually caused by the 220tb sharing link, and fclone/icopy is likely to cause an abnormality in Google's network disk worldwide. Attach an address https://downdetector.com/status/google-drive <br>
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Netizens reply: To To The greed of human nature, everyone has 1280 threads, tens of thousands of SA. The more frequent the error rejection, the greater the intensity, the vicious circle, and the end is overturned
Netizen reply: To To Quote: hjvn2211445 published in 2020-9-813:22 A few days ago, the gg disk was hung up for a few days, and the folder could not be opened
Netizen reply: To To Yes, I copied 220T several times, but lost contact halfway, haha, I was smashed and I have given up
Netizen Reply: To To Quote: pkzx published on 2020-9-813:45 Yes, I copied 220T several times, but lost contact halfway, haha, I was smashed and I have given up
Netizen Reply: To To Quote: liugogal published on 2020-9-813:51 The number 220 that hadn't been touched also exploded, and I felt that sa would be changed sooner or later.
Netizens reply: To To Now that both tools have one-click deployment, more and more people are using them, and everyone has thousands of sa. .
Netizens reply: To To Quote: weixiangnan published on 2020-9-815:14 What is 220T?
Netizens reply: To To Quote: liugogal published on 2020-9-817:12 Some people posted 220tb share links, too many people transferred them, and Google crashed once.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: weixiangnan published on 2020-9-817:28 Will the rules be changed like GCP
Netizens reply: To To Quote: liugogal published on 2020-9-817:31 If you don't change it, this is just the beginning. The network disk has been hung up for a long time today and it has not been restored. . .
Netizens reply: To To Quote: weixiangnan published on 2020-9-817:33 I paid $12 for a fee, but I haven’t done much to transfer data recently
Netizen reply: To To Will dumping affect Google? §:з)))」∠)_Aren’t they all the same data
Netizen reply: To To Quote: dragonfsky published on 2020-9-817:39 Will dumping affect Google? §:з)))」∠)_Aren’t they all the same data
Netizen reply: To To Quote: liugogal published on 2020-9-817:12 Some people posted 220tb share links, too many people transferred them, and Google crashed once.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Haole published on 2020-9-817:51 Just save one copy of the same file in the server. Isn’t it just a mark to export?
Netizens reply: To To After the 220tb share link was canceled, all the problematic Google web disks began to recover.
Netizens reply: To To The 220T copy is over. I didn’t copy the previous 12 links. Someone later shared another wave and then finished the copy
Netizen Reply: To To Quote: zenghaochen published on 2020-9-913:21 I have 100sa. .
Netizens reply: To To 220T, it’s all A, I’m too lazy to do it But I see that there may be a 1PB resource soon, and it is estimated that I will start to change the card soon
Netizen reply: To To Quote: Don't mess with me published on 2020-9-913:12 The 220T copy is over. I didn't copy the previous 12 links, or someone shared another wave afterwards...
Netizen Reply: To To Quote: llmwxt published on 2020-9-913:23 220T, it’s all A, I’m too lazy to do it But I see that there may be a 1PB resource soon, and it is estimated that I will start to change the card soon...
Netizen Reply: To To Quote: Don't mess with me published on 2020-9-913:55 The 115?

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