Cloud Drive Sync to Google Drive - fails to connect

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michael@corleone.com
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Cloud Drive Sync to Google Drive - fails to connect

Post by michael@corleone.com » Fri Feb 23, 2018 12:12 am

I want to try to backup my Google Photos to my QNap.

I've already successfully setup a weekly backup from Dropbox.

Then for Google Drive - I've created the account. Logged in via the browser. The app correctly detects the size of my GDrive, etc. Everything looks fine.

Then I've created a backup job.

However, when I run the job it fails with this error:

Type Date Time Users Source IP Computer name Content
Error 2018/02/22 16:50:50 ***** 127.0.0.1 localhost [CloudDriveSync] (Sync) job [/homes/admin/Google<->Google Corleone (Google Drive):/] failed: Failed to connect to the cloud storage service after multiple attempts. Check your network settings.

Since there is no more error info I'm at a loss. Any help appreciated. (I have TFA on my Google Drive, but given I logged in via the web and it could access the drive that shouldn't matter. I'm also using a custom domain for my Google drive).

Thanks!

--Michael

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Re: Cloud Drive Sync to Google Drive - fails to connect

Post by aromanov » Fri Mar 15, 2019 12:49 pm

I am on the same boat here... :S

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Re: Cloud Drive Sync to Google Drive - fails to connect

Post by mva68 » Sun Mar 17, 2019 7:25 pm

Exactly same problem here...
has Google blocked the last possibility to be owner of your own photos/data?
I mean, how to backup your photos from Android to your own NAS in the original size.

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Re: Cloud Drive Sync to Google Drive - fails to connect

Post by skocharian » Wed May 01, 2019 7:55 am

I'm having the exact same error message uploading to backblaze b2.

Been working with QNAP support for 4 months.

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