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I want to upload files to Google Drive using Node JS api. I have enabled Google Drive api and created service account. The problem is that I see file I have uploaded using node js, but free space doesn't change when I upload files using api, so I can't monitor how many space left. What is more, when I upload about 7 GB using api this error appered(I have 14 GB free on Google Drive): const = require('googleapis'); const path = require('path'); const fs = require('fs'); const SCOPES = ['https:// const KETFILEPATH = "key.json" let main_dir_id = "1o T2Fxi1L6i Hl9p DNGyqw BDy UHy HUm CJJ" const auth = new Google Auth() let create And Upload File = async (auth, file_path, mime Type, folder_id, i = 0) = Therefore, if you try to upload the file with the service account, the file will take storage space in the service account's Drive. That is to say, when you check there are still 14 GB free in your regular account's Drive, you are looking at the wrong place. Call About: get with your service account to check how much space you have left in that account's Drive. Chances are you can delete some files in order to free up some storage space. If that is not a possibility, I'd suggest granting domain-wide authority to the service account and use that to impersonate your regular account (and upload the files on behalf of it). Of course, transfering ownership of the file would free up space in the service account's Drive, but since you cannot upload the file, I don't think that is a feasible solution to this problem. I want to upload files to Google Drive using Node JS api. I have enabled Google Drive api and created service account. The problem is that I see file I have uploaded using node js, but free space doesn't change when I upload files using api, so I can't monitor how many space left. What is more, when I upload about 7 GB using api this error appered(I have 14 GB free on Google Drive): const = require('googleapis'); const path = require('path'); const fs = require('fs'); const SCOPES = ['https:// const KETFILEPATH = "key.json" let main_dir_id = "1o T2Fxi1L6i Hl9p DNGyqw BDy UHy HUm CJJ" const auth = new Google Auth() let create And Upload File = async (auth, file_path, mime Type, folder_id, i = 0) = Therefore, if you try to upload the file with the service account, the file will take storage space in the service account's Drive. That is to say, when you check there are still 14 GB free in your regular account's Drive, you are looking at the wrong place. Call About: get with your service account to check how much space you have left in that account's Drive. Chances are you can delete some files in order to free up some storage space. If that is not a possibility, I'd suggest granting domain-wide authority to the service account and use that to impersonate your regular account (and upload the files on behalf of it). Of course, transfering ownership of the file would free up space in the service account's Drive, but since you cannot upload the file, I don't think that is a feasible solution to this problem.

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