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Google Drive goes titsup for MILLIONS of users

iComp (2523194) writes | about a year ago

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iComp writes "Google Drive has been titsup for the last few hours with many users being greeted by 502 error messages when they attempt to access the online storage service.

For many, it remains stubbornly offline for now.

Google confirmed that there was a problem with Drive about two hours ago after users complained about service disruption.

In the last hour the ad giant posted a little more detail about the outage on its Apps Status Dashboard:

        We're aware of a problem with Google Drive affecting a significant subset of users. The affected users are unable to access Google Drive."

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what problem? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#43208395)

I don't have much on my Google Drive (Drive tab at the top of Gmail screen), but there is one shared doc (a schedule) that is useful. It's there at 6:40pm eastern daylight time...along with the other cruft that I haven't bothered to clear out (mostly file attachments opened inside Google Docs).

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